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Agenda of HIC and Alternative Fora activities
Source HIC-GS (10-09-2016)
 
 
Campaign #SupportRight2City
Campaign to support the Right to the achieves millions on Twitter and is heard by States gathered in New York.
Source Jonatas de Paula, Global Platform for the Right to the City's communications team (10-08-2016)
 
 
Video. Behind the scenes of Rio 2016 Games: the Hidden Match
City for Profit X City for People.
Source Carolina Caffe, GPR2C's communications officer (10-08-2016)
 
 
Result of Elections of Europe Representative to the HIC Board
Source HIC- Europe Electoral Committee (09-30-2016)
 
 
Call to vote for the Europe Representative at the HIC Board 2016-2020
Review the Candidates documents and send us your vote before September 27 2016
Source HIC- Europe Electoral Committee (09-13-2016)
 
 
Historic consensus reached on ‘right to the city’ in New Urban Agenda
Advocates say they’re ready to accept the compromise, which would see the term included for the first time in an internationally negotiated document.
Source Greg Scruggs, Citiscope (09-13-2016)
 
 
GLOBAL CALL for the inclusion of the Right to the City as the cornerstone of the New Agenda
We need more voices from across the globe to make us heard: please sign now our Global Call and share #SupportRight2City to show to world leaders that we need REAL, STRONG and CONCRETE commitments from the New Urban Agenda.
Source Global Platform for the Right to the City (08-10-2016)
 
 
HIC at WSF 2016
Habitat International Coalition (HIC), represented by Lorena Zárate, HIC's President and Shivani Chaudry, HIC-HLRN South Asia's (HIC HLRN SA) Executive Director, is involved in several initiatives during the World Social Forum 2016.
Source Habitat International Coalition (08-09-2016)
 
 
2016 Olympic Games: What Rio doesn’t want the world to see
Unfilled promises for Rio's ‪O‎lympics 2016‬ mimic the disorganization and corruption from the 2014 World Cup. Both games brought promises of meaningful transformations for Rio’s citizens, but instead ended up violating human rights, increasing public debt, and concentrating expensive infrastructure mostly in developed neighborhoods.
Source Leticia Osorio, Ford Foundation (08-05-2016)
 
 
Do not keep silent: Communicate your case of eviction!
Deadline extended till August 15th 2016!
Source International Alliance of Inhabitants (08-02-2016)
 
 
   
 


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