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Key Demands on Human Settlements for CSD-13
For EU positions at CSD 13 Intergovernmental Preparatory Meeting
Source AG Habitat Forum (02-25-2005)
Charter for the Right to the City
Brazilian government suscribed the Charter during WSF 2005
Source HIC (02-09-2005)
People-centered Tsunami relief and rehabilitation
Recommendations from affected communities, professionals and NGOs in Asia
Source Asian Coalition for Housing Rights (02-01-2005)
Tsunami Thailand: The SECOND WEEK - from Somsook Boonyabancha
This unfortunate tragedy has added severely to the issues which most of the fisher-folk in Asia have faced for years: the most important being the insecure and weak land tenure status of most of the low income settlements along the coast.
Source News from ACHR (01-10-2005)
Tsunami Relief Appeal - South Asia
To raise funds to meet relief and rehabilitation needs
Source HIC-HLRN-SARP (12-30-2004)
Tsunami News from Asia's Urban Poor Networks
Find updates from our friends in Asia - from the urban poor community networks and supporters in: http://www.achr.net/
Source ACHR, HLRN-SARP, HIC (12-29-2004)
Quick statement for the follow up of Multi stakeholder consultation with the EU
CSD 13 must deal with implementation and commitments on concrete action.
Source AG Habitat at Forum Umwelt und Entwicklung (12-16-2004)
HIC at the International Human Rights Day
Vowing that “another world is possible” for the 1.2 billion people with inadequate housing and more than 100 million who are homeless, and decrying the realities of war and forced evictions, Habitat International Coalition (HIC), reaffirms the human right
Source HIC (12-10-2004)
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).
Source ACHR (12-09-2004)
Germany - Tenants Protest Privatisations in Ruhr District
At November 24 Tenants associations and neighbourhood groups from Bochum, Dortmund, Essen, Gelsenkirchen, Herne, Oberhausen and Witten organized a protest against privatisation of rental housing in Dusseldorf, the capital of the German federal state North
Source Knut Unger, Witten Tenants Association (12-02-2004)

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