Inhabitants of Americas
... is a global network of associations and social movements of inhabitants, cooperatives, communities, tenants, house owners, homeless, slum dwellers, indigenous populations and people from working class neighbourhoods. The objective is the construction of another possible world starting from the achievement of the housing and city rights ...
The sequester -- a federal cutting of the budget due to DC gridlock -- is hitting Silicon Valley's elderly, disabled, and low-income families especially hard.Tenants and their allies will take action at 12 noon on Thursday, August 29 at San Jose City Hall.
Moradia digna, transporte público de qualidade e cidades justas para todos. Esses são os pilares da Marcha Nacional pela Reforma Urbana, que ocorrerá no próximo dia 28 (quarta-feira), em todo o Brasil. O ato organizado pelo FNRU (Fórum Nacional de Reforma Urbana) ocorrerá nas cidades de Belém (PA), Manaus (AM), Recife (PE), Porto Alegre (RS), Curitiba (PR) e São Paulo (SP).
Haiti, Invité au Parquet sous l’accusation d’incendiaire, Patrice Florvilus dénonce une manœuvre d’intimidation
Les intervenants lors de la conference de presse (Photo:Geralda Sainville) Le Directeur Exécutif de l’organisme Défenseurs des Opprimés (DOP), Me Patrice Florvilus, accusé par Me Reynold Georges, d’incendiaire et d’association de malfaiteurs, est invité le lundi 19 aout 2013 au Parquet de Port-au-Prince. Me Florvilus qualifie cet acte d’intimidation et d’entrave à l’exercice de sa profession en faveur des déplacées/es internes.
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"Your time is up, Açailândia Mayor!" This was the message that more than a thousand inhabitants of the Piquiá de Baixo neighborhood conveyed through two protests which took place on July 18th. The residents, indeed, do not want to die from pollution, and are hoping that politicians follow through with their responsibilities (to better understand the situation you could click here) .
A manhã deste dia 11 esta sendo marcado pelas fortes mobilizações e interrupção do transporte coletivo nas cidades, bloqueio em estradas e de tarde estão programados atos e mobilizações defendendo bandeiras democráticas, democratização dos meios de comunicação, direitos dos trabalhadores, reforma política e outras reformas democráticas como a reforma urbana e agrária, contra os despejos proveniente dos Megas Projeto e Megas Eventos.
Conflicto entre los habitantes del barrio Piquiá de Baixo y la Alcaldesa de la ciudad brasileña de Açailândia, Gleide Santos. Los residentes quieren que la alcaldía de Açailândia done tierra para la construcción de viviendas.En los últimos días, de hecho, los ciudadanos han decidido hacer públicas sus propios pedidos por medio de dos acciones muy visibles.
About 380 families (1,100 people) live for about 40 years in Piquiá de Baixo, Açailândia, Maranhão State, Amazon Region, Brazil. Since the arrival of the iron and steel industry in 1987, they have been affected by five pig-iron plants  , a railroad and other Vale’s industrial facilities  operating continuously and very close to their homes.
Camp leader Elie Joseph Jean-Louis holds up a photograph of the body of Merius Civil after he was beaten by police during a protest in the Delmas district of Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Civil was arrested by police early April 15 stormed the camp as residents were protesting a raid by motorcyclist who set fire to their homes. The band of motorcyclists came to Camp Acra hours after attorney Reynold Georges arrived with a judge and a police officer and told the some 30,000 people who had lost their homes in the 2010 earthquake that they were squatting on his land and had to leave, witnesses said. If they didn't vacate, he said he'd have the place burned down and leveled by bulldozers. (AP Photo/Dieu Nalio Chery, 30/04/13) A human rights lawyer in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, who is executive director of the NGO Defenders of the Oppressed (Défenseurs des Opprimés – DOP), an IAI member, has been threatened and intimidated since 15 April, when two men were arrested and beaten for participating in a demonstration against evictions. One died in custody. The lawyer is now representing the cases of both men.A call for international solidarity!