Inclusive citizenship

A city/human settlement of inclusive citizenship in which all inhabitants, (whether permanent or temporary) are considered as citizens and granted equal (e.g. women, those living in poverty or situations of environmental risk, informal economy workers, ethnic and religious groups, LGBT persons, people with disabilities, children, youth, the elderly, migrants, refugees, street dwellers, victims of violence and indigenous peoples).

Inclusive citizenship

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Meet the global Right to the City network

Meet the global Right to the City network

The graph has been produced by our consultant Sergio Salgado (Pantheon Work). This visualization offers a very illustrative perspective of all the groups of organizations, movements, and people advocating for the Right to the City on Twitter. What does this image show...

Right to the City: a roadmap for Climate Justice

Right to the City: a roadmap for Climate Justice

  The Right to the City is a framework for collective action for Climate Justice that puts the Planet and its communities at the center of the agendas. We are experiencing a confrontation between the human species and the environment. A disconnect between...

How to think about Women’s Right to the City?

How to think about Women’s Right to the City?

March 8th is a day to commemorate women's struggles around the world. The resistances that have taken place and those that still need to be sustained. This new 8th of March brings us together again, amplifying voices to which we add and raise the Women's Right to the...

The GPR2C opens a news inbox for its member organisations and allies

The GPR2C opens a news inbox for its member organisations and allies

The Global Platform for the Right to the City (GPR2C), among other objectives, aims to be a space for the dissemination of relevant news on the Right to the City. We are here to make it easier for all GPR2C members and allies to publish, in a more agile way, on the...