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¿Hacia dónde se dirige la Plataforma?

La Plataforma Global por el Derecho a la Ciudad ha sido premiada con financiación específica de la Fundación Ford para implementar un proceso de planeamiento durante el año 2017. Este proceso permite una evaluación en profundidad de nuestros logros pasados al mismo tiempo que nos proporciona el espacio para debatir cuáles deberían ser nuestros próximos pasos.



Taller de Planeamiento en Sao Paulo, 2017

Sao Paulo fue la primera parada del proceso de planeamiento que la Plataforma Global por el Derecho a la Ciudad (GPR2C) está implementando en 2017. Más de 32 participantes de 20 organizaciones distintas participaron en el encuentro, que se centró en la evaluación del trabajo de la Plataforma durante los últimos años, y en el concepto de Derecho a la Ciudad y la naturaleza organizativa de la Plataforma.


(English) Arlequin’s urban renewal: the long struggle of its inhabitants

(English) Despite the creation of a citizen council in each popular district and the obligation to “co-produce the urban project”, the second urban project in La Villeneuve (Grenoble, France) is still promoting a top-down approach and plans the demolition of one hundred social housing units. A strategic alliance between grassroot movements and international networks has proven to be effective to denounce the current state of affairs.


(English) Engaging youth in the discourse on just and inclusive cities

(English) In January 2017, YUVA (Youth for Unity and Voluntary Action) conducted a 10 day course for 19 youth from marginalised settlements in Mumbai, India. The course ‘Youth and Inclusive Cities’ brought together youth who have engaged with issues in their communities to bring about change at the local level. They engaged on global agendas on sustainability, inclusivity and rights through education on concepts and examples of movements towards realising them.


(English) The Social Production of Habitat Platform’s first coordination meeting

(English) The Social Production of Habitat Platform, in collaboration with the Global Platform for the Right to the City, seeks to create active solidarity links between inhabitant groups and to facilitate exchanges between communities, as well as to increase the visibility of public policies and public support to community-driven urban development. The first edition of its coordination meeting took place on March 1-4, 2017 in Geneva, Switzerland.