Policy Dialogue - The Right to the City at the Heart of the Urban Agenda

Policy Dialogue - The Right to the City at the Heart of the Urban Agenda

14 october
11.00 to 12.30
Venue: 
S1

Description

[UCLG Committee on Social Inclusion, Participatory Democracy and Human Rights]

Local and regional governments have called for the Right to the City to guide all the dimensions of the New Urban Agenda. This session explores the policy implications of the Right to the City in terms of access to public goods, the co-creation of the city, and the recognition and promotion of diversity. Speakers will share ideas on how local and regional governments can integrate the Right to the City into their daily work.

Moderator

Magali Fricaudet

Coordinator of the UCLG Committee on Social Inclusion, Participatory Democracy and Human Rights

Lorena Zarate

President of Habitat International Coalition

Speakers

Patrick
Braouezec
President of Plaine Commune (Paris metropolitan area)
Alison
Brown
Member of the Global Platform for the Right to the City
Cuauhtémoc
Cárdenas
General Coordinator of International Relations of Mexico City
Ada
Colau
Mayor of Barcelona
Bahram
Ghazi
UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights
Soo-A
Kim
Director of the Human Rights & Peace Cooperation Office, Gwangju Metropolitan City
Abdoulaye
Thimbo
Mayor of Pikine
Jan
van Zanen
Mayor of Utrecht, President of VNG

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