Habitat International Coalition
Global network for the right to habitat and social justice
 
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(ENG) REPORT ON WHD CELEBRATION
“A Safe City is a Just City”
 
(ENG) Housing Rights Groups Raise Concern over Persistent Human Rights Violations of Delhi’s Homeless
Only 10 government run shelters for Delhi’s estimated 1.5 lakh homeless people. Not one shelter for the over 10,000 homeless women in the nation’s capital. Despite predictions of a harsh winter, Municipal Corporation of Delhi decreases the number of temporary night shelters.
 
(ENG) United Nations Special Rapporteur on adequate housing, Miloon Kothari
Mission to Canada
 
(ENG) A Message from Huairou Commission
Within the past several years, thanks to the efforts of committed citizens, active women's groups, Cities and UN agencies, the issue of women's safety has been placed on the international urban agenda.
 
Rwanda Women´s Network 10 years anniversary
The Rwanda Women's Network will be celebrating its Ten Years Anniversary on October 30-31, 2007. Themed, Celebrating Ten years of Community Engagement, Leadership and Action, the Anniversary will be a celebration of RWN's achievements working with grassroots communities. It will also be recognition of the significant role played by our local, regional and international partners over the years.
 
HIC participation at CHR 62
We will be represented at the 62nd session of the Commission on Human Rights and the first session of the new Human Rights Council
 
1000 Women for the Nobel Peace Prize 2005 Project
Millions of women are engaged daily in working for a better future. This innitiative presents 1000 women's stories and struggles.
 
International Women's Day 2005: Women and Shelter
Women are the primary users of their homes but they are often ignored in all areas related to housing.
 
Report of activities at the World Social Forum
News from the workshops and the General Assembly
 
Laos Grassroots Savings Network
Through a horizontal exchnage process with communities in neighbouring Thailand, ACHR has helped develop a savings and credit network in Laos now comprising 6 cities and 6,000 families (in yr 2003).
 
 
 

 

   
 


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