Faites une demande d'inscription ici et commencez à éditer cette fiche.
History of Cities – Heritage
Right to Housing
Since 1986 – Article 13 of the Constitution:
9. In accordance with the law and for the common good, the State shall undertake, in co-operation with the private sector, a continuous program of reform of urban territory and housing, which will make affordable housing accessible at an affordable price And vital services to disadvantaged and homeless citizens in urban centers and resettlement areas. It will also support its citizens in the search for suitable employment. In the implementation of these programs, the State will respect the rights of smallholders.
10. Urban and poor peasants will not be expelled nor their homes destroyed except in accordance with the law and in a just and humane manner. No relocation of townspeople or peasants will be undertaken without prior consultation between them and the communities where they will be relocated.
Source: CETIM (COHRE Publication)
- Housing and Land Rights Violation Database in each country (Housing and Land Network – HIC): http://hlrn.org/welcome_violation.php#.VD-IVCi7_vQ
- Zero Evictions Campaign (International Alliance of Inhabitants): http://www.habitants.org/zero_evictions_campaign
- Data sets on agricultural land grabbing in the world (GRAIN): https://www.grain.org/bulletin_board/entries/4429-new-data-sets-on-land-grabbing
- The Online Public Database on Land Deals – Global Observatory (Land Matrix): http://landmatrix.org/en/
- Old People
- Young People
Some Interesting Practices
SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC ASPECTS
Quality of Housing
Informal Housing / Slum / Homeless
ROLE OF PUBLIC AUTHORITIES
Bibliography & Sitography
SEEN BY SOCIAL MOVEMENTS
Major Claims or Demands
Some Civil Society Actors