Working Paper | LAV Slums and social housing: impacts of COVID 19 and response Civil Society Organizations and Social Grassroots Organizations | Urban Housing Practitioners Hub

Working Paper | LAV Slums and social housing: impacts of COVID 19 and response Civil Society Organizations and Social Grassroots Organizations

2020-08-11 00:00:00

One of the products of the LAV conducted on June 18th 2020, in collaboration with the HIC-Latin America and CLACSO channels is the publication of the following research paper prepared by Catalina Ortiz (PhD, University College London) and Maria Mercedes Di Virgilio (PhD, Universidad de BuenosAires). #LavAsentamientosCOVID19#SociedadCivilCovid19#ODS11#HLPF2020 Some of the key messages are: 1. Isolation, social distancing and quarantine strategies as applied in other contexts are not sustainable en in some cases not viable because they put survival of inhabitants of neighborhoods with precarious conditions at risk. 2.The most forthcoming strategy to capitalize the immediate response and contribute to long-term post-pandemic recovery is to construe an intersectoral alliance that catapults a renewed program for integral improvement of slums. 3.Regional engagement is key to support a regional find that supports integration for social, economic and productive recovery of affected households and businesses. For mor details on the paper (spannish version) click here  This  online event was conducted in collaboration with CITIES ALLIANCE and the UHPH Plaform (#PlataformaUHPH) with support from Habitat for Humanity, UNIAPRAVI, CLACSO, RIVHA, CIEDUR, REDEUS-LAC, TECHO, Global Platform for the Right of the City, DIPU-UCL and HIC-AL. 

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    Working Paper | LAV Slums and social housing: impacts of COVID 19 and response Civil Society Organizations and Social Grassroots Organizations


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    Working Paper | LAV Slums and social housing: impacts of COVID 19 and response Civil Society Organizations and Social Grassroots Organizations

    One of the products of the LAV conducted on June 18th 2020, in collaboration with the HIC-Latin America and CLACSO channels is the publication of the following research paper prepared by Catalina Ortiz (PhD, University College London) and Maria Mercedes Di Virgilio (PhD, Universidad de BuenosAires).

     

    #LavAsentamientosCOVID19

    #SociedadCivilCovid19

    #ODS11

    #HLPF2020

     

    Some of the key messages are:

     

    1. Isolation, social distancing and quarantine strategies as applied in other contexts are not sustainable en in some cases not viable because they put survival of inhabitants of neighborhoods with precarious conditions at risk.

     

    2.The most forthcoming strategy to capitalize the immediate response and contribute to long-term post-pandemic recovery is to construe an intersectoral alliance that catapults a renewed program for integral improvement of slums.

     

    3.Regional engagement is key to support a regional find that supports integration for social, economic and productive recovery of affected households and businesses.

     

    For mor details on the paper (spannish version) click here

     

    This  online event was conducted in collaboration with CITIES ALLIANCE and the UHPH Plaform (#PlataformaUHPH) with support from Habitat for Humanity, UNIAPRAVI, CLACSO, RIVHA, CIEDUR, REDEUS-LAC, TECHO, Global Platform for the Right of the City, DIPU-UCL and HIC-AL.

     

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