Habitat International Coalition
Global network for the right to habitat and social justice
 
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The State of Housing Rights in MENA Region
World Habitat Day 2004 in the Middle East/North Africa more...
 
International Land and Housing Rights Day, 2004
Are the Cities “Engines of Rural Development” or “Machines that Suck in the Rural Population and its Economic Surplus”?
 
Participation in the Dialogues of Forum Barcelona 2004
Letter of Jordi Borja to participants of the Dialogue “City and Citizenship of the XXI century”
 
HIC at the World Urban Forum
What type of modell will it be implemented in meeting millenium goals? HIC challenges UN to recognize peoples process and be aware of right to housing and land as a human right.
 
Committed Cities - Women’s Inclusive Practices and Good Urban Policies
Panelists from Latin America, Europe and Asia will present their reflections and experiences concerning urban policies and its impact on women within the context of economic globalization and cultural changes.
 
Regional Consultation on the “Women’s Right to Adequate Housing and Land”
The main purpose of the consultation was to advise the UN Special Rapporteur and provide testimonies on women’s housing and land rights issues across the region, and to generate guidance for States on how to meet their housing and land rights duties in a
 
HLRN hosts regional consultation on the right to adequate housing
The subject and purpose of the regional consultation is “women’s right to adequate housing and land.” The consultation will take place in the Bibliotheca Alexandrina over four days (23–26 July 2004)
 
Habitat Day 2004
Organize Action in YOUR City on International Housing Rights Days ! Each HIC affiliated network and organization is asked to sponsor one or more public events in their countries on or about International Housing Rights Day (first Monday in October)
 
Over 300,000 people to be forcefully evicted from Yamuna Pushta
In Delhi: 40,000 homes demolished so far
 
Urban Poor Program
After long years of dialog and marches, the University of the Philippines, the Quezon City local government and the people have come to an agreement on what to do with the 19,000 urban poor families living illegally on the campus. It is a classic victory
 
 
 

 

   
 


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