|International||Urban Policies and the Right to the City: Rights, Responsibilities and Citizenship||UNESCO||International||
The UNESCO UN-HABITAT project on Urban Policies and the Right to the City: Rights, responsibilities and citizenship was launched at UNESCO Headquarters in March 2005. The project seeks to forge consensus amongst key actors, in particular local authorities, on public policy and legislation that combines urban development with social equity and justice.
|International||International Permanent Secretariat Human Rights and Local Governments (Nantes)||UNESCO patronage||International||
Fostering an approach of sustainable development based on Human Rights and strengthened democratic governance.
|International||Child Friendly City Initiative (CFCI)||UNICEF||International||
This Initiative aims to guide cities and other systems of local governance in the inclusion of children’s rights as a key component of their goals, policies, programmes and structures.
|Local||Manual For a common equality (Pour une egalite commune)||Centre for Equal Opportunities and Opposition to Racism||Belgium||
The manual is intended for cities and CPAS to guide them in their fight against discriminations. Using humoristic illustrations, this manual includes information on local policies, services to the public, human resources policies and ways of engaging with the public. The manual is available in French and German.