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Realising the Potential for Asset-based Community Development
Case studies have shown that the most socially sustainable communities are those that focus on what they have, rather than what they lack or need. This consultation identifies how an asset-based approach to community development can be encouraged and supported.
A commemorative booklet of the global celebrations of World Habitat Day 2003 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, including detailed descriptions of the World Habitat Award winning projects in India and the United States of America.
CD-ROM of the 2003 International Study Visit to Cuba, including details of the Architect in the Community Programme (PAC), winner of the 2002 World Habitat Award.
Developing Capacity and Knowledge
A report examining the role of local strategic partners and regeneration companies in developing sustainable housing projects.
A report outlining good practice examples in sustainable urban regeneration throughout Europe, including exemplar projects in Berlin, Germany; Lille, France; Turin, Italy; Charleroi, Belgium; Liverpool, UK; and Valencia, Spain.
on the Lives and Housing of Rural Women in Bangladesh
An evaluation of the use of mobile phone technology in the context of rural development, assessing the overall impact of the Village Pay Phone Programme on the lives of rural women in Bangladesh.
A commemorative booklet of the global celebrations of World Habitat Day 2002 in Brussels, Belgium, including detailed descriptions of the World Habitat Award winning projects in Cuba and Japan.
Transferring Good Practice from the Margins to the Mainstream
Despite the widely available technology and the many benefits that sustainable housing solutions bring, they continue to remain on the margins of housing provision. This consultation identifies the barriers to their transfer to the mainstream and how these can be overcome.
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