Category: City Changing at World Urban Forum 6

Trabalhadores Informais no FUM6 Pedem Mais Práticas de Planejamento Urbano Inclusivo

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PARA DIVULGAÇÃO IMEDIATA: Nápoles, 4 de setembro de 2012 – Uma delegação representando vendedores ambulantes/feirantes, trabalhadores domiciliares e catadores de materiais recicláveis está no Fórum Urbano Mundial (FUM) para chamar a atenção para os benefícios das cidades inclusivas – aquelas que utilizam a imensa capacidade dos trabalhadores do emprego informal. Em várias cidades do mundo,… Read more »

Trabajadores informales en el FUM6 hacen un llamado en favor de prácticas más inclusivas de planificación urbana

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Role of the Informal Workforce in Cities

PARA DIFUSIÓN INMEDIATA: Nápoles – 4 de septiembre, 2012 – Una delegación representando vendedores ambulantes y de mercado, trabajadores a domicilio y recicladores se encuentra en el Foro Urbano Mundial para llamar la atención sobre los beneficios de las ciudades inclusivas – aquellas ciudades que aprovechan el inmenso poder que tienen los trabajadores en el… Read more »

Partner Post: Informal Workers Call for Inclusive Cities at the World Urban Forum

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Inclusive Cities Booth Traffic at World Urban Forum

Post reprinted with permission from Asiye eTafuleni.  Written by Tasmi Quazi.  On Monday 4th of September 2012, Asiye eTafuleni (AeT) and its international network partners of the Inclusive Cities project  held their first networking event at the sixth premiere conference, the World Urban Forum (WUF) in Naples (Italy).  This significant platform attracts an international melting pot of diplomats,… Read more »

Inclusive Cities Delegates Talk Trash at World Urban Forum

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Role of the Informal Workforce in Cities

Today we held our first networking event at the Sixth World Urban Forum (WUF6), “The Role of the Informal Economy in Cities: Current Realities and Future Prospects.” Our panel of delegates included urban worker leaders from Self-Employed Women’s Association (SEWA), StreetNet, and the Brazilian National Movement of Waste Pickers (MNCR). Also on the panel was… Read more »