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A commemorative booklet of the global celebrations of World Habitat Day 2000 in Kingston, Jamaica, including detailed descriptions of the World Habitat Award winning projects in Bolivia and Australia.
New forms of governance are emerging as enabling tools to make our cities more inclusive, safer and healthier places in which to live. This consultation puts forward ways in which good governance can be positively promoted and, at the same time, shows how existing barriers can be reduced.
A commemorative booklet of the global celebrations of World Habitat Day 1999 in Dalian, China, including detailed descriptions of the World Habitat Award winning projects in the Sahelian area of Africa and Canada.
Increasing levels of crime and insecurity in urban neighbourhoods are a worldwide phenomenon. This consultation identifies how tackling a wide range of social disorders and incivilities can help to make urban areas safer places in which to live and work.
A commemorative booklet of the global celebrations of World Habitat Day 1998 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, including detailed descriptions of the World Habitat Award winning projects in Bangladesh and Australia.
A detailed description of housing provision for the poorest of the poor in Guayaquil including house plans, costing and self-assembly instructions for low-cost bamboo housing.
A practical guide explaining clearly and simply how the houses in this low-cost typhoon resistant housing programme are built, together with background information on the financing and social preparation involved in the programme.
The potential benefits and opportunities to society of an older population have been largely ignored to date. As populations around the world get older, a transition to a positive, active view of ageing is crucial. This consultation suggests ways in which this can be achieved.
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