Keyword: Assemblea Mondiale degli Abitanti
The Madrid Declaration ... we call and support the convocation of a World Assembly of Inhabitants for 2011 ... Madrid, June 2nd 2008, International Alliance of Inhabitants (IAH) delegates of popular organizations of different continents meeting at Madrid for the Coordination Committee of the IAH. The Madrid Declaration (english June 2, 2008).pdf [120.77 kB]
Volontari per il diritto alla casa senza frontiere L'Associazione INCO, insieme alla International Alliance of Inhabitants, sta organizzando la terza edizione del progetto "Inhabitants of the World", progetto SVE in America Latina, Africa e Eurasia: un'opportunità da non perdere! Places still available: * Brazil : 1 volunteer he/she resident in Italy and 1 resident in Portugal; * Senegal : 1 volunteer he/she resident in Spain; * Dominican Republic : 1 volunteer he/she resident in Slovakia. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org
L'Associazione INCO, insieme alla International Alliance of Inhabitants, sta organizzando la terza edizione del progetto "Inhabitants of the World", progetto SVE in America Latina, Africa e Eurasia: un'opportunità da non perdere! Places still available: * Brazil : 1 volunteer he/she resident in Italy and 1 resident in Portugal; * Senegal : 1 volunteer he/she resident in Spain; * Dominican Republic : 1 volunteer he/she resident in Slovakia. Info: email@example.com
Handicap International alla marcia d’apertura del FSM Dakar Questo seminario, organizzato congiuntamente da Handi-FSM, Vida Brasil, Association des Paralysés de France, Ecole Supérieure Polytechnique (Senegal), Community Transportation Association (Stati Uniti), Comune di Althens des Paluds, Handicap International e Alleanza Internazionale degli Abitanti, ha raggiunto delle conclusioni importanti per il futuro di noi tutti. Queste conclusioni sono state presentate in particolare in occasione dell’Assemblea Mondiale degli Abitanti.
From the 26th to the 30th of March, as part of the World Social Forum, the city of Tunis will host the next World Assembly of Inhabitants (WAI), supported by international networks and inhabitants organisations, such as the IAI, HIC and No-Vox, and in collaboration with local social organisations. Everyone is invited to take part in this key stage in the process of bringing together the various struggles for the right to housing, cities, land and common goods, follow up of WAI Dakar 2011 and of a year filled with opportunities for inhabitants to have their voices heard on a global level.
The roots of the WAI can be traced back to the principles established in the WSF Charter , the Salvador Declaration , the World Assembly of Inhabitants (Mexico, October 2000) and the World Assembly of Citizens for Solidarity and a Responsible World (Lille, October 2001) .
Secondo Incontro Internazionale: Costruendo la difesa g-locale delle vittime dei mercati immobiliari
As part of the World Social Forum, on 27 March, with the aim of facilitating discussion about experiences of struggle, sharing analyses and strategies, strengthening international solidarity with local struggles and defining shared tools for awareness, alerts and solidarity, the II International Meeting on "Building g-local defence for victims of the real estate markets" took place as a thematic contribution to the World Assembly of Inhabitants.
We hereby invite : inhabitants’, tenants’, homeless, landless, immigrants’ associations; co-operatives, committees and social centres as well as urban social movements all across the world to increase their own initiatives (i.e. marches, press conferences, sit-ins, solidarity days, blocks, meetings, etc)
The European Social Forum ‘Cap Nord’ in Malmö (17-21 September 2008) is the unexpected product of an initiatve to bring the anti-globalisation debate to the historical (and now crisis-ridden) homeland of social democracy and the welfare state, to establish direct links between the social movements of the European Union and those of the former Soviet bloc.
Key question: Are the inhabitants ready to face the crisis? The crisis is the source of all sorts of drastic change, but are we ready to face it with unified proposals that are capable of combining resistance with alternatives? As Marxist geographer David Harvey highlighted during his presentation at the seminar on the right to the city, this is the most serious crisis and the most structurally rooted crisis in urban areas in modern history. Consequently, could the social movements attack the roots on the premise of the right to housing and to the city? How? With whom? When?