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

Publications

The City as a Common Good: A Pillar of the Right to the City

The City as a Common Good: A Pillar of the Right to the City

The notion of the common has gained momentum recently in several different contexts and it has often been used to mean different things and express different aspirations: in fact, the word common has been used interchangeably to refer to common good, common interest,...

The impact of COVID-19 on the Right to the City

The impact of COVID-19 on the Right to the City

Since last year the Global Platform for the Right to the City (GPR2C) has embarked on the preparation of a series of thematic papers to deepen the key conceptual and programmatic contents related to the right to the city. These documents are intended to strengthen the...