Ten Essentials of the New Urban Agenda ...

03 Feb 2017

This article was originally published on the IIED blog shortly before PrepCom 3 in July...

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BREAKING NEWS: Ongoing Forced Evictions & Dem ...

10 Nov 2016

SDI has been receiving photos and videos all morning from our Nigerian federation members of large...

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Nigeria

SDI at Habitat III ...

14 Oct 2016

SDI is participating in over 60 events over the next week at the Habitat III Conference...

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Launch of new Know Your City website, powered ...

13 Oct 2016

SDI will launch a new website next week. Current SDI sites will be replaced by...

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Habitat III must institutionalize ‘particip ...

17 May 2016

**This post originally appeared on Citiscope** By Ariana K. MacPherson, SDI Secretariat The New Urban...

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SDI at Habitat 3 Regional Meeting for Africa ...

15 Apr 2016

As the UN-wide Habitat 3 Conference draws closer, SDI is being invited to and involved in...

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Nigeria

Climate Change Renaissance: The bottom-up cit ...

15 Dec 2015

                  **This article was cross posted from...

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Kenya

Communities Drive Progress in Slum Sanitation ...

20 Oct 2015

By Diana Mitlin and Noah Schermbrucker The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) make a clear commitment...

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Takeaways from New York: Reflecting on the Path to Habitat 3

07 Oct 2015

Upon her return from the UN Sustainable Development Summit in New York City, Beth Chitekwe-Biti shared some key takeaways on SDI's participation in the processes and activities surrounding the post-2015...

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Less Talk, More Walk: Rose Molokoane on Local ...

06 Oct 2015

Last week New York City was buzzing with events surrounding the United Nations Sustainable Development...

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What might slum dwellers want from the SDGs? ...

02 Oct 2015

Jockin Arputham has been fighting for the rights of slum dwellers for nearly 50 years....

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The Post MDG Debate: "For the Poor," but no Voice of the Poor

02 Oct 2014

An influential debate is playing out in the proverbial halls of global development decision-making far from the informal settlements in African cities. The basic targets that will drive government decisions around spending and...

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