This live learning session that took place on April 1 co-organized by the UCLG Committee on Social Inclusion, Participatory Democracy and Human Rights brought together local, regional, and regional governments, partners from the civil society and the United Nations to address the housing crisis,
Local and regional governments are now demanding coordinated action to tackle speculation and the growing power of global corporations over real estate market and life in the contemporary city.
European cities call on EU institutions to ensure adequate conditions for local governments to provide social housing
The aim of this event is not only to turn the spotlight on the crucial issue of housing in Europe, and its inextricable connections to other aspects of European policy (innovation, transport etc.), but also to tackle head on the problems of housing poverty and the need to adopt a strong, specific
The Summit mobilizes communities and local authorities in African countries, financial institutions, civil society groups and development partners both at continental and international level.
While national government representatives presented their commitments to implement SDG 11 in order to “achieve safe, sustainable and resilient cities” last week, member local governments of UCLG have come together to recall the crucial issue of housing and adopt an approach based on the Right to
Under the initiative of UCLG’s Co-President and Mayor of Barcelona, Ada Colau, and within the framework of the debates that took place both in the Policy Council on the Right to the City and the Committee on Social Inclusion, Participatory Democracy and Human Rights, the World Or
“We are determined to put an end to privileges and change the regulatory framework. We must secure the Right to Housing as a key component of the Right to the City”.
2 March 2018. Geneva, Switzerland.