Toward an Institutional Mechanism for Stakeholder Engagement in the New UN Habitat Governance

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Toward an Institutional Mechanism for Stakeholder Engagement in the New UN Habitat Governance
By: HIC-HLRN
09 February 2020
 

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Themes
• Accompanying social processes
• Advocacy
• Children
• Disability
• Displaced
• Elderly
• Emigrants
• Epidemics, diseases
• Ethnic
• Farmers/Peasants
• Habitat Conferences
• Homeless
• Immigrants
• Indigenous peoples
• Internal migrants
• International
• Landless
• LGBTQ
• Low income
• Nomads
• Norms and standards
• Other
• Pastoralists
• People under occupation
• Public policies
• Refugees
• Religious
• Squatters
• Stateless
• Street vendors
• Tenants
• Travelers
• Tribal peoples
• UN system
• Unemployed
• Women
• Youth



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