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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New article: “De-Colonising Planning Education?” by Urban Know

New article: “De-Colonising Planning Education?” by Urban Know

Image credits: Aboubacarkhoraa, via Wikicommons Source: Urban KNOW The Knowledge in Action for Urban Equality, a global consortium of researchers and partners across 13 institutions, focusing on nine countries in Asia, Africa, and Latin America, has just released a...

The Right to the City, a cornerstone for “leaving no one behind”

The Right to the City, a cornerstone for “leaving no one behind”

The Right to the City is a collective demand and agreement on the need to implement the Global Agendas for Sustainable Development with a human rights approach. "In his book "The Invisible Cities", Italo Calvino asked this question in a work dedicated to urban spaces,...