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Solid Ground is a global advocacy campaign of Habitat for Humanity to improve access to land for shelter.
Which human rights are the most important? Ask this question in a developed economy and you will likely hear: the right to freedom of speech, religious
Former United Nations Secretary-General Ban-ki-Moon once stated “Our struggle for global sustainability will be won or lost in cities.” Yet, while the UN has made rhetorical
In October 2016, the outcome document of the United Nations Habitat III conference, the new global strategy guiding development, housing security, and urbanization, was released. Known
Habitat urges Congress to protect important programs and resources critical to international humanitarian and
Most, if not all, housing advocacy in the Philippines is premised on the existence of what the government, developers and other stakeholders call the "housing backlog."
March 8th marks the first anniversary of the Solid Ground campaign. Known as the "paper anniversary" in many countries, the first anniversary is traditionally celebrated with
The World Bank’s annual Land and Poverty Conference , taking place March 20-24, provides an opportunity for people across sectors to come together and discover, present
There is no denying that the atmosphere in Washington, D.C. has been divisive over the past few months. Early this month, political differences were set aside
2016 has been an eventful year to say the least. I am, of course, speaking about the significant political events that transpired in countries around the
The flight from Habitat for Humanity International’s headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia to Quito, Ecuador, the host city for the United Nations Habitat III Conference, was unusual.