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Ahmed Mansour Ismail, Heather Elaydi, Joseph Schechla, Khalid Musa Uthman Gindeel, Samah Jaber, Silvia De los Ríos Bernardini, Xilonén Pérez Bautista, Yasser Abdelkader

01 August 2020

Habitat International Coalition

English, Arabic

uKESA Librarian2

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Syria, Morocco, Libya, Lebanon, Comoros

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Africa

Built environment

Climate Change/Resilience

Comoros

Farmers

Gender

Governance

Human settlements

Land rights

Lebanon

Libya

Morocco

Policy

Society

Sustainability

Syria

Urban

Land Times 20th issue

Habitat International Coalition’s Housing and Land Rights Network (HIC-HLRN) releases its 20th issue of Land Times. This edition emphasizes the role of civil society in identifying and remedying housing and land rights problems in the context of a global pandemic.

Amid this protracted crisis, events and developments in the Middle East/North Africa (MENA) and globally continue to require extra attention of all of us. This issue focuses on both root causes of trouble and promised solutions whereby states implement both their permanent legal obligations and their time-bound voluntary commitments to prioritize Sustainable Development Goal fulfilment while realizing human rights.

This issue of Land Times mirrors the housing and land rights struggles of women, small-scale farmers and people under occupation in the MENA region, as well as how these relate to struggles and strugglers across our endangered planet. 

Abstract based directly on original source.
 

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