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Security of tenure: collaborate with the debate! Send us documents, articles, reports, information about practices for recognition and promotion of security of tenure for urban poor in your country!

Do you have/know any experience in the areas below? How is it implemented and what results were obtained?

1. Initiatives and instruments for recognition of the right to tenure of informal settlers, including collective forms

2. Implementation of planning and land use  instruments that guarantee security of tenure and access to urbanized land or adequate housing by the urban poor

3. Conflicts between recognition of the right to tenure and environmental or cultural preservation legislation, urban legislation or the legislation regarding public assets. How does it manifest itself? What actions / instruments are being used to solve these situations?

4. Special legislation for protection of tenants and lessees

Answer

26 responses

  1. Train the unemployed to build for the homeless – The issue is really the affordability and quality of homes At moladi we combine economic development with social development when delivering houses. We believe in training the unemployed skills necessary to build quality homes, creating much needed jobs – This brings us back to basics –…
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  2. The issue is really the affordability and quality of homes At moladi we combine economic development with social development when delivering houses. We believe in training the unemployed skills necessary to build quality homes, creating much needed jobs – This brings us back to basics – JOBS FOOD SHELTER – This formulae allows funds to…
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  3. Read below the summary (in English) of the European consultation on security of tenure.

    Summary European Consultation on Security of Tenure.pdf

  4. Read below the working paper that served as base for the humanitarian aid and security of tenure consultation.

    http://www.direitoamoradia.fau.usp.br/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/Roundtable-Working-Paper.pdf

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  5. Check the presentation made by Andrianirina Rivo, from Madagascar, during our South Africa consultation.

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  6. Check the presentation made by Babacar MBaye, from Senegal, during our South Africa consultation.

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  7. Check the presentation made by Celestine Akpobari, from Nigeria, during our South Africa consultation.

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  8. Check the presentation made by Davinder Lamba and Steve Akoth, from Kenya, during our South Africa consultation.

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  9. Check the presentation made by Esther Obaikol, from Uganda, during our South Africa consultation.

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  10. Check the presentation made by Kareen Ibrahim, from Egypt, during our South Africa consultation.

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  11. Check the presentation made by Lauren Royston, from Johannesburg, during our South Africa consultation.

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  12. Check the presentation made by Marie Huchzermeyer, from Johannesburg, during our South Africa consultation.

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  13. Check the presentation made by Muhammed Swazuri, from Kenya, during our South Africa consultation.

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  14. Check the presentation made by Peter Ahmad, from Johannesburg, during our South Africa consultation.

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  15. Check the presentation made by Peter Ngau, from Kenya, during our South Africa consultation.

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  16. Check the presentation made by Samuel Mabala, from Uganda, during our South Africa consultation.

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  18. Check below the presentation given by Sheldon Magardie, from South Africa, during our consultation in Johannesburg.

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  19. Check the presentation made by Yahia Shawkat, from Egypt, during our South Africa consultation.

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