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Inclusive Cities Newsletter – July 2010

…e has called for an Action Taken Report within 3 months. Click here to see a copy of the directive to State Chief Secretaries from the Ministry of Urban Development *(originally posted to the Alliance of Indian Waste Pickers newsletter) If you wish to subscribe to the Alliance of Indian Waste Pickers newsletter contact aiwcentralsecretariat@gmail.com top Home-based Workers HomeNet Nepal Partnering with Hetauda Municipality to Address Urban Poor…

Inclusive Cities Newsletter – January 2012

…O boletim Cidades Inclusivas Janeiro de 2012 já está disponível: http://www.inclusivecities.org/pt/boletim/Janeiro_2012/index.html El boletín de noticias Ciudades Inclusivas esta disponible: http://www.inclusivecities.org/es/boletin/Enero_2012/index.html The Inclusive Cities Newsletter is now available: http://www.inclusivecities.org/newsletter/January_2012/index.html…

Inclusive Cities Newsletter Index – July 2010

Inclusive Cities Newsletter – July 2010 In This Issue: Index | Events Street Vendors | Waste Pickers | Home-based Workers | Publications Launched in 2008, the Inclusive Cities project aims to strengthen membership-based organizations (MBOs) of the working poor in the areas of organizing, policy analysis and advocacy, in order to ensure that urban informal workers have the tools necessary to make themselves heard within urban planning…

Inclusive Cities Newsletter May 2013

Inclusive Cities Newsletter – May 2013 The Inclusive Cities project aims to strengthen membership-based organizations (MBOs) of the working poor in the areas of organizing, policy analysis and advocacy, in order to ensure that urban informal workers have the tools to make themselves heard within urban planning processes. Inclusive Cities is a collaboration between MBOs of the working poor, international alliances of MBOs and those…

SWaCH Newsletter

…only want to have at least one good skill – which I have now acquired. Now I hope I can now get a well-paying job some day…” Pratibha Bhosale – newly-trained tempo driver Recently, our partners at KKPKP/SWaCH put out a newsletter highlighting their initiatives, successes, community and workers. From reducing e-waste in schools, to working with scrap dealers, to making music with an American pianist, this newsletter reflects the hearts…