Difference between revisions of "Moving toward the Implementation of the Right to the City in Latin America and Internationally"

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|Archive physique=Rue Pajol
 
|Archive physique=Rue Pajol
 
|Description=This document is a general document concerning cities that have the potential maintain and manage commons on an international level, though much of the content focuses on Latin American cities. It is a publication explaining the international process of providing legal rights for urban residents who wish to pursue collaborative commons-based agendas for their communities. It was written in 2015 and is still in effect today.
 
|Description=This document is a general document concerning cities that have the potential maintain and manage commons on an international level, though much of the content focuses on Latin American cities. It is a publication explaining the international process of providing legal rights for urban residents who wish to pursue collaborative commons-based agendas for their communities. It was written in 2015 and is still in effect today.
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|Catégorie Hess=Logement,
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|Enjeu=Droit au logement,
 
|Langue du contenu=EN
 
|Langue du contenu=EN
 
|Pays=Several
 
|Pays=Several
|Fait partie de=Atlas des chartes des communs urbains
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|Fait partie de=Outils juridiques et légaux pour les communs
 
|Auteur=InstitoPólis, Habitat International Coalition, Forum Nacional de Reforma Urbana
 
|Auteur=InstitoPólis, Habitat International Coalition, Forum Nacional de Reforma Urbana
 
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Latest revision as of 22:15, 13 August 2019

Ressource(s) objet de commun : Logement 
Enjeu(x) : Droit au logement 

This document is a general document concerning cities that have the potential maintain and manage commons on an international level, though much of the content focuses on Latin American cities. It is a publication explaining the international process of providing legal rights for urban residents who wish to pursue collaborative commons-based agendas for their communities. It was written in 2015 and is still in effect today.


This document is a general document concerThis document is a general document concerning cities that have the potential maintain and manage commons on an international level, though much of the content focuses on Latin American cities. It is a publication explaining the international process of providing legal rights for urban residents who wish to pursue collaborative commons-based agendas for their communities. It was written in 2015 and is still in effect today.tten in 2015 and is still in effect today. +
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