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Organizada a cada três anos pela União de Cidades e Governos Locais da África (UCLG-A), a Africities é provavelmente a assembleia continental mais importante para os envolvidos no governo local na África. Este ano, o fórum será sediado em Johannesburgo, África do Sul, de 29 de novembro a 3 de dezembro; e espera-se que mais de 5000 representantes, oficiais e ativistas eleitos estejam presentes.

The Inhabitants Associations & Local authorities towards Quito

30 November 2015 - 09:00 AM - Room: Ballroom 1A

The session will bring together representatives of social movements, NGOs, elected officials and local government officials to discuss the promotion of dialogue between the parties as a concrete contribution to shape an agenda for the Future of Africa with the People, as well as a regional contribution to the World Urban Social Forum and Habitat III in Quito, in 2016.

The aim of this world​map is to give local and national players involved in strugglers for housing rights across national borders, the minimum contextual information needed ti strenghten their action in the field at local and/or transnational level.

The International Alliance of Inhabitants (IAI) hasorganized  the session “The Inhabitants Associations & Local Authorities towards Quito ”  (Johannesburg, 30/11/15, 9.00-12.30, Africities VII, Sandton Convention Center, Ballroom 1A)  to establish  a stepping stone towards the UN’s Habitat III  and the parallel World Urban Social Forum which will both be held in Ecuador in October 2016.

SH02 Session of Associations of Inhabitants

Africities VII

30 November 2015

The International Alliance of Inhabitants (IAI) organized the session “Inhabitants Associations and Local Authorities towards Quito ” (Johannesburg 30/11/15) in order to establish Africities VII as a springboard towards the UN conference Habitat III and,  to the World Urban Social Forum, both of which will take place in Ecuador in October 2016. It was a true success both in terms of participation (150 participants from 25 African countries, Europe and Latin America) and in terms of content. The political impact was emphasised by the United Cities and Local Governments of Africa (UCLG-A) ’s adoption of the recommendation of establishing follow-up committees. The African Network of Inhabitants is prepared to do its utmost in order to guarantee the implementation of alternative urban and housing policies.