The Right to the City:
Progress in Latin America and Across the
Mexico City, October 18th, 2013 / 4.30 to 7.30 pm
Mexico City Human Rights
Av. Universidad 1449, Col.
Metro Línea 3 (green): station Viveros/CDHDF
Sala Digna Ochoa
information on the elaboration, signing and implementation of the Mexico
City Charter on the Right to the City and establish a dialogue to share experiences
with and from other countries.
and deepening international debate and exchange on contents and strategies
used by different actors towards the recognition and realization of the
right to the city.
to strengthen links and alliances for a global platform that serves the
human rights movement to formulate proposals for a new international Urban
Agenda towards the Third United Nations Conference on Housing and
Sustainable Urban Development (Habitat III – 2016).
networks, social movements, civil society organizations, human rights
activists, academics and governmental institutions from Argentina, Brazil,
Canada, Chile, Colombia, South Korea, El Salvador, Egypt, Spain, United States,
France, Guatemala, India, UK, Kenya and South Africa.
Organizers: Habitat International Coalition (HIC), POLIS
Institute and National Forum for Urban Reform-FNRU (Brazil) and the Promotion
Committee of the Mexico City Charter for the Right to the City (integrated
by the Urban Popular Movement of the National Democratic Congress, MUP-CND, the
Mexico City Ministry of Government, the Latin American office of Habitat
International Coalition, HIC-AL, the Federal District Human Rights Commission, CDHDF,
and the Space of Civil Organizations on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights
To download the poster (in spanish) click here.
To download the Program, please click here.
The Forum will be streaming at http://www.livestream.com/hical
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