Quality public spaces and services

A city/human settlement with quality public spaces and services that enhance social interactions and political participation, promote sociocultural expressions, embrace diversity, and foster social cohesion; a city/human settlement where public spaces and services contribute to building safer cities (especially for women and girls) and to meeting the needs of its inhabitants (especially those related to livelihoods).

Quality public spaces and services

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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...

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...

Connecting across Habitat Rights and the Right to the City

Connecting across Habitat Rights and the Right to the City

Civil society and local governments join forces with UN Special Rapporteurs in a first roundtable to discuss possible paths for joint work     On Friday, December 4th, the Global Platform for the Right to the City (GPR2C), Habitat International Coalition...

The creation of the GPR2C’s Thematic Papers

The creation of the GPR2C’s Thematic Papers

The Global Platform for the Right to the City (GPR2C) is organizing a process of collective learning on the Right to the City. This process is being carried out through the development of seven thematic papers on the perspective and connection of the Right to the City...

GPR2C Thematic Papers

GPR2C Thematic Papers

For the remainder of 2020, the Global Platform for the Right to the City (GPR2C) is embarked on the preparation of three thematic documents to deepen the key conceptual and programmatic contents related to the right to the city. These documents are intended to...