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State of China Cities 2014/2015

State of China Cities 2014/2015

This report integrates both the guidelines of the Third Plenum of the 18th CPC Central Committee and the Central Urbanization Work Conference. More info →
State of African Cities 2014 , Re-imagining sustainable urban transitions

State of African Cities 2014 , Re-imagining sustainable urban transitions

This report argues for a bold re-imagining of prevailing models in order to steer the ongoing transitions towards greater sustainability based on a thorough review of all available options. More info →
Realizing The Human Rights To Water And Sanitation: Monitoring

Realizing The Human Rights To Water And Sanitation: Monitoring

The UN Special Rapporteur on the human right to safe drinking water and sanitation, Catarina de Albuquerque, presented recently a new publication: Realizing the human rights to water and sanitation: Monitoring compliance with the human rights to water and sanitation More info →
Quick Guide for Policy Makers on Pro-poor Urban Climate Resilience in Asia and the Pacific

Quick Guide for Policy Makers on Pro-poor Urban Climate Resilience in Asia and the Pacific

The “Quick Guide for Policy Makers on Pro-Poor Urban Climate Resilience in Asia and the Pacific” focuses on the need to enhance understanding of the region’s key urban stakeholders on climate change, discusses how it affects efforts to realize sustainable urban development, and explores what actions can be taken to synergize continued commitments to poverty reduction alongside urban climate resilience. It is argued that there are significant overlaps between climate change vulnerability and urban poverty, and that climate change resilience and poverty reduction efforts need not be a trade-off. Through examples which span the region, the Quick Guide illustrates pro-poor approaches to urban climate resilience that are holistic, flexible and participatory and that can be effective tools to foster inclusive and sustainable development - an essential task for policy makers in meeting the key urban challenges in the Asia-Pacific region in the twenty-first century. More info →
中国城市状况报告(The State of China Cities 2014/2015)

中国城市状况报告(The State of China Cities 2014/2015)

This report integrates both the guidelines of the Third Plenum of the 18th CPC Central Committee and the Central Urbanization Work Conference. More info →
L’Etat des villes africaines: Réinventer la transition urbaine (State of African Cities 2014, Re-imagining sustainable urban transitions)

L’Etat des villes africaines: Réinventer la transition urbaine (State of African Cities 2014, Re-imagining sustainable urban transitions)

The African continent is currently in the midst of simultaneously unfolding and highly significant demographic, economic, technological, environmental, urban and socio-political transitions. More info →
Realizing The Human Rights To Water And Sanitation: Justice

Realizing The Human Rights To Water And Sanitation: Justice

The UN Special Rapporteur on the human right to safe drinking water and sanitation, Catarina de Albuquerque, presented recently a new publication: Realizing the human rights to water and sanitation: Access to justice for violations of the human rights to water and sanitation More info →
Returning Home; Supporting Conflict Affected People through Housing
Construcción de Ciudades más Equitativas, Políticas públicas para la inclusión en América Latina

Construcción de Ciudades más Equitativas, Políticas públicas para la inclusión en América Latina

ONU-Hábitat y la CAF - Banco de Desarrollo de América Latina presentan el libro Construcción de ciudades más equitativas: políticas públicas para la inclusión en América Latina, el cual examina, por primera vez, las desigualdades en el ingreso y el consumo en una amplia muestra de 300 ciudades sobre un periodo de 20 años (1990-2000). More info →
Apia, Samoa: Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment

Apia, Samoa: Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment

The Apia, Samoa - Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment (Abridged Report) is an output of the Cities and Climate Change Initiative activities in Apia, Samoa. This abridged report is based on the report titled: “Apia, Samoa – Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment” funded by the United Nations Development Account, and the Cities and Climate Change Initiative. Starting with a brief background of the city, this report addresses Apia’s climate change situation from a climate risk perspective that focuses on exposure to climate change hazards, socio-economic sensitivities and the adaptive capacities of the city and its stakeholders. Following the insights gained from clarifying the climate change challenges, the report proposes the key sectors for climate change adaptation and mitigation measures in Apia. It finally recommends key actions to be undertaken as part of a comprehensive Apia response strategy, reinforcing priority adaptation options. More info →
Realizing The Human Rights To Water And Sanitation: Principles

Realizing The Human Rights To Water And Sanitation: Principles

The UN Special Rapporteur on the human right to safe drinking water and sanitation, Catarina de Albuquerque, presented recently a new publication: Realizing the human rights to water and sanitation: Principles More info →
GEAP – Gender Equality Action Plan (2014-2019)

GEAP – Gender Equality Action Plan (2014-2019)

The Gender Equality Action Plan (GEAP) is the means to realize the The UN-Habitat Policy and Plan for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women in Urban and Human Settlements. More info →
GLTN Capacity Development Strategy

GLTN Capacity Development Strategy

Developing capacity in the land sector is central to the goals, objectives and activities of the Global Land Tool Network (GLTN), and we have embraced the idea of finding better ways to do it More info →
UN-Habitat and Association of African Planning Schools

UN-Habitat and Association of African Planning Schools

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Proceedings of the Workshop 23-24 September 2013, Silver Springs Hotel, Nairobi More info →
Realizing The Human Rights To Water And Sanitation: Checklists

Realizing The Human Rights To Water And Sanitation: Checklists

The UN Special Rapporteur on the human right to safe drinking water and sanitation, Catarina de Albuquerque, presented recently a new publication: Realizing the human rights to water and sanitation: A handbook. UN-Habitat has supported the work of the UN Special Rapporteur and welcomes this publication. More info →
Vivienda para pueblos indígenas en ciudades capitales andinas

Vivienda para pueblos indígenas en ciudades capitales andinas

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Procesos de planificación y análisis de vivienda adecuada More info →
Planning for climate change:  Guide – A strategic, values-based approach for urban planners

Planning for climate change: Guide – A strategic, values-based approach for urban planners

This report was developed for city planners to better understand, assess and take action on climate change at the local level. More info →
Structural Transformation in Ethiopia: the urban dimension

Structural Transformation in Ethiopia: the urban dimension

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Building ‘Economically Productive, Socially Inclusive, Environmentally Sustainable & Well Governed’ Cities in Ethiopia More info →
Realizing The Human Rights To Water And Sanitation: Sources

Realizing The Human Rights To Water And Sanitation: Sources

The UN Special Rapporteur on the human right to safe drinking water and sanitation, Catarina de Albuquerque, presented recently a new publication: Realizing the human rights to water and sanitation: A handbook.Glossary, bibliography and index. More info →
Foro Urbano Nacional – Memorias

Foro Urbano Nacional – Memorias

En Ecuador, de acuerdo a datos del último censo, más del 62% de la población se concentra en las áreas urbanas. Sin embargo, el acelerado proceso de crecimiento urbano, sumado a la falta de políticas urbanas eficientes, ha derivado en la generación de ciudades inequitativas y excluyentes. Por eso, es necesario modificar esta tendencia y asumir colectivamente la responsabilidad en la construcción de ciudades incluyentes, planificadas, ordenadas, seguras y equitativas de manera integral. En el marco de este proceso de transformación, el Gobierno Nacional ha colocado en la agenda pública la Revolución Urbana como una de las principales líneas de trabajo, enfatizando la importancia de la planificación urbanística, el ordenamiento territorial y la gestión del suelo dentro de las políticas urbanas. More info →
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