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Day 1 ENG RUS Introduction Gulnara Roll, CHLM Secretariat, UNECE PDF   Spatial Planning in the Republic of Armenia Sonya Matevosyan, Ministry of Urban Development, Armenia PDF   Earthquake Engineering in Armenia Gurgen Namalyan, Ministry of Emergency Situations, Armenia PDF   Geo-information System of Armenia Aram Stepanyan, State Committee of Real Estate Cadastre, Armenia PDF   Housing for socially vulnerable groups Astghik Minasyan, Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs, Armenia PDF   Housing policy, Management and Energy Efiiciency in Housing Samvel Srapyan, Ministry of Urban Development, Armenia PDF   National Program on Energy Saving and Renewable Energy Hayk Badalyan, Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources, Armenia PDF   Legal regulation of urban development activities in the Republic of Belarus Alexandr Khizhnyak, BELNIIPGRADOSTROITELSTVA, Belarus   PDF The development of a polycentric metropolitan area Minsk Galina Pavlova, Ministry of Architecture and Conctruction, Belarus   PDF Urban planning and development of master plans Nune Petrosyan, Armenia PDF   Urban Development Issues Related to Water Supply and Wastewater Disposal Eduard Mesropyan, Armenian Country Water Partnership PDF     Presentation - Day 2 ENG RUS Projects implemented by UNDP - GEF Diana Harutyunyan, UNDP GEF PDF   Applications in Financing Energy Efficiency in Buildings Astghine Pasoyan, Foundation to Save Energy (ESF) PDF   Armenia Renewable Resources and Energy Efficiency Fund Tamara Babayan, Armenia Renewable Resources and Energy Efficiency Fund PDF   Belarus energy-efficient planning Alena Kasyanenka, Institute for Regional and Urban Planning of Belarus PDF   MILD HOME project and opportunities for living in nearly zero energy house Irina Terzyska, European Labor Institute PDF   Energy Efficiency in the UNECE Region Larisa Burakova, UNECE PDF   Partnership between ASBA Foundation and Dilijan Community for the Modernization of the Town's Housing Stock Ara Nazinyan, National Social Housing Association (ASBA) PDF   Main directions of urban development improvement in Yerevan City till 2025 Tigran Barseghyan, Yerevan City Council PDF   Implementation of the EU Initiative Artem Khorozyan, Covenant of Mayors, Armenia PDF   Residential Energy Efficiency for Low Income Households Project Karine Mailyan, Habitat for Humanity, Armenia PDF   Energy Efficiency in the Residential Sector of Armenia Tigran Parvanyan, IFC PDF   Urban planning and housing in Bulgaria Irina Terzyska, European Labor Institute PDF   Organizers: Ministry of Urban Development of the Republic of Armenia United Nations Economic Commission for Europe United Nations Human Settlements Programme International Finance Corporation National workshop 2015 Strengthening National Capacities for Urban Planning, Housing, Energy Efficiency and Disaster Risk Reduction, 9 April 2015, Yerevan Workshop agenda Final Report Presentation ENG RUS HABITAT III preparations Paulius Kulikauskas, UN-Habitat PDF   Housing policy, Housing Fund Evgenya Atayan, Ministry of Urban Development of RA PDF   State support programmes for housing provision of socially vulnerable groups Astghik Minasyan, Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs of RA PDF   Energy efficiency in the housing sector Diana Harutyunyan, UNDP-GEF PDF   Promotion of energy efficiency: ongoing efforts in the Republic of Armenia Astghine Pasoyan, Foundation to Save Energy (ESF) PDF   Proposals for development of housing sector and energy efficiency of infrastructures for Goris City Arsen Karapetyan, UNDP-GEF PDF   Sustainable urban development and spatial planning in the UK and Europe - Policy implications for Armenia Keith Thorpe, UK PDF   Seismic risk reduction activities in the regions Hrachya Petrosyan, Ministry of Territorial Administration and Emergency Situations of RA PDF   Application of information technologies in real estate cadastre of Armenia Aram Stepanyan, State Committee of Real Estate Cadastre   PDF Legal zoning of land use as an efficient tool of urban regulation: examples from CIS/opportunities in Armenia Andrey Ivanov, Russian Housing Department Foundation (Moscow)   PDF Public services arising from mandatory powers of head of community Lusine Harutyunyan, Ministry of Territorial Administration and Emergency Situations of RA PDF   Organizers: Ministry of Urban Development of the Republic of Armenia United Nations Economic Commission for Europe United Nations Human Settlements Programme   National workshop 2017 Workshop "Trends and challenges in sustainable housing, urban development and land management in the Republic of Armenia", 11 September 2017, Yerevan Workshop agenda Final Report Presentation ENG RUS ARM UNECE Country Profile on Housing and Land Management -Armenia: project overview and key outcomes and recommendations of the urban development chapter Cecilia Batac, UNECE PDF     UNECE Country Profile on Housing and Land Management -Armenia: Housing sector Irina Gentsler, Institute of Urban Economics   PDF   UNECE Country Profile on Housing and Land Management -Armenia: Financial framework of housing and land use Evgenia Zhelezova, Agency for Housing and Mortgage Lending, Russian Federation   PDF   UNECE Country Profile on Housing and Land Management -Armenia: Land aministration Julie Barry, HM Land Registry, United Kingdom PDF     Strengthening national capacities for sustainable housing, urban development and land management in countries with economies in transition Regina Khanbekova, UNECE PDF     National Action Plan of Armenia on  housing, urban development and land management Arsen Karapetyan, "Development Solutions Institute" Foundation PDF     Emerging trends and challenges to sustainable urban development (Armenia and the CIS subregion) Irina Ilyina, Institute of Regional Studies and Urban Planning, Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation     PDF   Implementation of National Action Plans for Sustainable Housing Remy Sietchiping, UN-Habitat PDF     Promoting energy efficiency standards in buildings in the ECE region Domenica Carriero, UNECE PDF     De-risking investments aimed at energy efficiency in buildings Vahram Jalalyan, UNDP Armenia     PDF Armenia: Energy efficiency roadmaps Astghine Pasoyan, Foundation to Save Energy PDF     USC and the process of the Smart Sustainable City Profile for Goris Domenica Carriero, UNECE PDF     United Smart Cities project: Goris case study Nune Harutyunyan, Regional Environment Center for Caucasus     PDF Smart spatial planning as an instrument coordinating the comfortable urban environment creation   Nune Petrosyan, OJSC "Armproject"     PDF Organizers: Ministry of Urban Development of the Republic of Armenia United Nations Economic Commission for Europe United Nations Human Settlements Programme UNDP Armenia       For more information on the project country activities, please contact: National coordinator: International coordinator: Narine Avetyan Chief Specialist Housing Policy and Communal Infrastructures Department Ministry of Urban Development Republic of Armenia Email: [email protected] Ms.
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Score: 1958293.6 - https://unece.org/ar/node/11761
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Armenia | UNECE Skip to main content English Advanced Search Main navigation About UNECE Executive Secretary Mission Organizational structure Secretariat Executive Committee Commission Legal instruments Work with us Our work Economic Cooperation & Integration Environmental Policy Forests Population Sustainable Energy Statistics Trade Transport Urban Development, Housing & Land Themes High-impact Areas Circular Economy Gender SPECA Technical cooperation THE PEP UN SG's Special Envoy for Road Safety UN Road Safety Fund UN cooperation in the UNECE region Regional Forum on Sustainable Development SDGs Open UNECE Events Meetings & Events Information for Delegates Coronavirus Advisory Publications Media Executive Secretary's Blog News Press Releases Covid-19 Press Releases Speeches Stories UNECE Weekly Videos More options Housing and Land Management Housing and Land Management About us Geneva UN Charter on Sustainable Housing Geneva UN Charter Centres of Excellence Regional Action Plan 2030 Areas of Work Sustainable Housing and Real Estate Markets Affordable and Social Housing, Housing Finance Past activities Energy Efficiency in Buildings Sustainable Urban Development Sustainable Smart Cities Forum of Mayors National Urban Policies Land Administration and Management Land Administration Reviews Country Profiles on Urban Development, Housing and Land Management Projects UN4Kharkiv: Plan for the Integrated Rehabilitation of Settlements (Territories) in Ukraine with a pilot project in the city of Kharkiv Inter-regional cooperation for the implementation of the New Urban Agenda Norwegian project Post COVID-19 Recovery in Informal Settlements in the ECE Region UNDA 13th tranche project on building economic resilience after COVID-19 UNDA 12th tranche project on innovative financing for sustainable smart cities UNDA 11th tranche UNDA 10th tranche UNDA 9th tranche Armenia Training materials Meetings and Events Publications and reports Standards Press Releases Videos Contact us Quick links Armenia National Action Plan on Housing, Urban Development and Land Management Download (English) National workshop 2014 Strengthening National Capacities for Urban Planning, Housing, Energy Efficiency and Disaster Risk Reduction, 13-14  October 2014, Yerevan Workshop agenda Final Report Presentation - Day 1 ENG RUS Introduction Gulnara Roll, CHLM Secretariat, UNECE PDF   Spatial Planning in the Republic of Armenia Sonya Matevosyan, Ministry of Urban Development, Armenia PDF   Earthquake Engineering in Armenia Gurgen Namalyan, Ministry of Emergency Situations, Armenia PDF   Geo-information System of Armenia Aram Stepanyan, State Committee of Real Estate Cadastre, Armenia PDF   Housing for socially vulnerable groups Astghik Minasyan, Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs, Armenia PDF   Housing policy, Management and Energy Efiiciency in Housing Samvel Srapyan, Ministry of Urban Development, Armenia PDF   National Program on Energy Saving and Renewable Energy Hayk Badalyan, Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources, Armenia PDF   Legal regulation of urban development activities in the Republic of Belarus Alexandr Khizhnyak, BELNIIPGRADOSTROITELSTVA, Belarus   PDF The development of a polycentric metropolitan area Minsk Galina Pavlova, Ministry of Architecture and Conctruction, Belarus   PDF Urban planning and development of master plans Nune Petrosyan, Armenia PDF   Urban Development Issues Related to Water Supply and Wastewater Disposal Eduard Mesropyan, Armenian Country Water Partnership PDF     Presentation - Day 2 ENG RUS Projects implemented by UNDP - GEF Diana Harutyunyan, UNDP GEF PDF   Applications in Financing Energy Efficiency in Buildings Astghine Pasoyan, Foundation to Save Energy (ESF) PDF   Armenia Renewable Resources and Energy Efficiency Fund Tamara Babayan, Armenia Renewable Resources and Energy Efficiency Fund PDF   Belarus energy-efficient planning Alena Kasyanenka, Institute for Regional and Urban Planning of Belarus PDF   MILD HOME project and opportunities for living in nearly zero energy house Irina Terzyska, European Labor Institute PDF   Energy Efficiency in the UNECE Region Larisa Burakova, UNECE PDF   Partnership between ASBA Foundation and Dilijan Community for the Modernization of the Town's Housing Stock Ara Nazinyan, National Social Housing Association (ASBA) PDF   Main directions of urban development improvement in Yerevan City till 2025 Tigran Barseghyan, Yerevan City Council PDF   Implementation of the EU Initiative Artem Khorozyan, Covenant of Mayors, Armenia PDF   Residential Energy Efficiency for Low Income Households Project Karine Mailyan, Habitat for Humanity, Armenia PDF   Energy Efficiency in the Residential Sector of Armenia Tigran Parvanyan, IFC PDF   Urban planning and housing in Bulgaria Irina Terzyska, European Labor Institute PDF   Organizers: Ministry of Urban Development of the Republic of Armenia United Nations Economic Commission for Europe United Nations Human Settlements Programme International Finance Corporation National workshop 2015 Strengthening National Capacities for Urban Planning, Housing, Energy Efficiency and Disaster Risk Reduction, 9 April 2015, Yerevan Workshop agenda Final Report Presentation ENG RUS HABITAT III preparations Paulius Kulikauskas, UN-Habitat PDF   Housing policy, Housing Fund Evgenya Atayan, Ministry of Urban Development of RA PDF   State support programmes for housing provision of socially vulnerable groups Astghik Minasyan, Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs of RA PDF   Energy efficiency in the housing sector Diana Harutyunyan, UNDP-GEF PDF   Promotion of energy efficiency: ongoing efforts in the Republic of Armenia Astghine Pasoyan, Foundation to Save Energy (ESF) PDF   Proposals for development of housing sector and energy efficiency of infrastructures for Goris City Arsen Karapetyan, UNDP-GEF PDF   Sustainable urban development and spatial planning in the UK and Europe - Policy implications for Armenia Keith Thorpe, UK PDF   Seismic risk reduction activities in the regions Hrachya Petrosyan, Ministry of Territorial Administration and Emergency Situations of RA PDF   Application of information technologies in real estate cadastre of Armenia Aram Stepanyan, State Committee of Real Estate Cadastre   PDF Legal zoning of land use as an efficient tool of urban regulation: examples from CIS/opportunities in Armenia Andrey Ivanov, Russian Housing Department Foundation (Moscow)   PDF Public services arising from mandatory powers of head of community Lusine Harutyunyan, Ministry of Territorial Administration and Emergency Situations of RA PDF   Organizers: Ministry of Urban Development of the Republic of Armenia United Nations Economic Commission for Europe United Nations Human Settlements Programme   National workshop 2017 Workshop "Trends and challenges in sustainable housing, urban development and land management in the Republic of Armenia", 11 September 2017, Yerevan Workshop agenda Final Report Presentation ENG RUS ARM UNECE Country Profile on Housing and Land Management -Armenia: project overview and key outcomes and recommendations of the urban development chapter Cecilia Batac, UNECE PDF     UNECE Country Profile on Housing and Land Management -Armenia: Housing sector Irina Gentsler, Institute of Urban Economics   PDF   UNECE Country Profile on Housing and Land Management -Armenia: Financial framework of housing and land use Evgenia Zhelezova, Agency for Housing and Mortgage Lending, Russian Federation   PDF   UNECE Country Profile on Housing and Land Management -Armenia: Land aministration Julie Barry, HM Land Registry, United Kingdom PDF     Strengthening national capacities for sustainable housing, urban development and land management in countries with economies in transition Regina Khanbekova, UNECE PDF     National Action Plan of Armenia on  housing, urban development and land management Arsen Karapetyan, "Development Solutions Institute" Foundation PDF     Emerging trends and challenges to sustainable urban development (Armenia and the CIS subregion) Irina Ilyina, Institute of Regional Studies and Urban Planning, Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation     PDF   Implementation of National Action Plans for Sustainable Housing Remy Sietchiping, UN-Habitat PDF     Promoting energy efficiency standards in buildings in the ECE region Domenica Carriero, UNECE PDF     De-risking investments aimed at energy efficiency in buildings Vahram Jalalyan, UNDP Armenia     PDF Armenia: Energy efficiency roadmaps Astghine Pasoyan, Foundation to Save Energy PDF     USC and the process of the Smart Sustainable City Profile for Goris Domenica Carriero, UNECE PDF     United Smart Cities project: Goris case study Nune Harutyunyan, Regional Environment Center for Caucasus     PDF Smart spatial planning as an instrument coordinating the comfortable urban environment creation   Nune Petrosyan, OJSC "Armproject"     PDF Organizers: Ministry of Urban Development of the Republic of Armenia United Nations Economic Commission for Europe United Nations Human Settlements Programme UNDP Armenia       For more information on the project country activities, please contact: National coordinator: International coordinator: Narine Avetyan Chief Specialist Housing Policy and Communal Infrastructures Department Ministry of Urban Development Republic of Armenia Email: [email protected] Ms.
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Score: 1958293.6 - https://unece.org/zh-hans/node/11761
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Public service for managing rental housing stock Actions Institution responsible Time limit Description of action to amend the SZ-1 MOP 2016 - to ensure the operation of such service within SSRS (the Housing Fund of the Republic of Slovenia) - to require regular annual reporting 1 If potential financial reliefs or charges are to be regulated by the Real Property Tax Act, there is the possibility of reshuffling the proposed modifications to these actions. (...) A precondition for the activation of the existing housing stock is the establishment of registers of tenancy and purchase transactions and of dwelling ownership in the real estate register, and the establishment of a central register of dwellings. Ownership data in the real estate register are inconsistent, in particular for publicly-owned dwellings.
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Score: 1950448.8 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ies/States/Slovenia_Annex2.pdf
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Article 131a (1) An execution debtor who is obliged to move out of a real estate sold in the execution procedure, due to payment of monetary claims, shall be entitled to a financial compensation for the costs of housing care from the state budget funds if: - he was residing in the real estate from which he is obliged to move out before the commencement of the execution procedure, - he voluntarily handed the property to the buyer, - he does not own another property for fulfilment of basic housing needs. (2) The procedure for granting the right to financial compensation for housing care expenses shall be initiated at the request of the execution debtor to the competent social welfare center within 30 days from the date of delivery of the real estate to the buyer. With the request, the execution debtor is obliged to enclose a decision on the real estate execution procedure and evidence of a concluded rental contract for the real estate intended for housing. (3) The social welfare center shall decide on the recognition of the right to financial compensation for the costs of housing care. (4) The social welfare center is obliged to immediately notify the court that issued the execution order on the submission of application for recognition of the right to financial compensation for the costs of housing care. The court will deliver the resolution on the transfer of the real estate to the buyer to the social welfare center that provided the notification. (5) If the execution debtor filed a request from paragraph 2 of this Article after the court has issued a decision on the award of the real estate, and before the decision on the award of the real estate has been finalized and before the buyer has placed the purchase, the court that received the notice from paragraph 4 of this Article from the competent social welfare center will submit the conclusion on the transfer of the real estate to the buyer after the expiration of 30 days from the day when the conditions for reaching a conclusion regarding the transfer of the real estate to the buyer are met. (6) The right to financial compensation for housing costs is recognized from the day of delivery of the real estate to the buyer, it is paid monthly and is recognized for a maximum of 18 months. (7) The amount of financial compensation for housing costs amounts to a maximum of 500% of the basis on which the amount of other rights under the social care regulations is calculated and is recognized in the amount of the agreed rent. (8) Appeals against the decision of the social welfare center, which decides on the right to a financial compensation for housing costs, shall be decided by the Ministry responsible for social welfare activities. (9) The appeal referred to in paragraph 8 of this Article shall not postpone the execution of the decision.
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Score: 1948019.1 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...gStrategies/States/Croatia.pdf
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Over 20% of the registered housing units are holiday homes for domestic and non-resident population, and the residential housing stock has 250,000 housing units. (...) Programme implementation:  Programme’s manual  Set-up of Programme Implementation Unit  Public calls and selection of ultimate beneficiaries, commercial banks, and apartments  Support to the eligible beneficiaries through the housing mortgage application process  Approval of the housing mortgages and beneficiary taking over of the purchased apartments Results and impact  Over 800 eligible low to medium income households purchased their flats through the project  Competition among the commercial banks and construction companies; the mortgage interest rates and cost of real-estate reduced  Re-mobilisation of construction industry post-2009 economic crisis and a positive knock-on effect on the banking sector  Innovative IT platform and the programme’s outreach and visibility  Strengthened long-term social integration of low-income families, addressed through national housing strategy 2011-2020, and law on social housing 3 Challenges and lessons learned Challenges:  high mortgage insurance cost and 5% down-payment hindered the housing mortgage affordability  still high interest rates for the housing mortgages comparing to the EU market  real-estate transactions geographically concentrated on capital Podgorica  the limited timing of beneficiary selection Lessons learned and corrective measures taken into account in the 3rd phase of the programme:  5% down-payments is reduced to 3%, the maximum interest rate for the mortgages capped to 2.99%  competition among insurance companies created  off-capital available housing (second-hand apartments, individual houses) became eligible; this will geographically spread real-estate transactions and contribute to the housing mortgage affordability  public calls for the selection of the beneficiaries will be time-opened until the full allocation of funds Potential for replication This model could be replicated in other location, providing careful consideration of the housing market, needs, and beneficiary categories.
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Score: 1946523 - https://unece.org/DAM/RCM_Webs...of_Europe_Development_Bank.pdf
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 Page 66 - A U4SSC deliverable - Guidelines on tools and mechanisms to finance Smart Sustainable Cities projects           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 66 - A U4SSC deliverable - Guidelines on tools and mechanisms to finance Smart Sustainable Cities projects P. 66 Commercial real estate will experience different effects, depending on the type of use. (...) If they hope to return to pre-COVID occupancy figures, co-working premises, usually designed to maximize comfort and spatial freedom, will need to rethink their layout, including introducing air-filtering technologies and expanded sanitation facilities. Residential real estate will also need to adapt to changes in buyers’ criteria.
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Score: 1924141.4 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...s/files/basic-html/page66.html
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Strategy As the property of the buildings belong to local authorities, the Central Government use a real estate investment fund to wrap up all the available resources for the renewal of the buildings or to build new schools paid exchanging the old ones to be used for different (commercial) purposes. (...) The first result of the pilot project are:  N ° 6 Municipalities coordinated with a leader  Institutional collaboration with: MIUR, Agenzia Demanio, ANCI / FPC, Local Authority Leader and INVIMIT  N ° 6 new school complexes with energy class A and innovative services  23,000 square meters of regenerated schools  40,000 square meters of residential surfaces to be built or restored  investments in schools amounting to 27 million  investments in residential properties amounting to 41 million  contribution of the Miur amounting to 6 million  investments of the municipalities of 11 million (no cash but unused and unused properties)  multiplier effect 1 to 6 of the resources invested by the municipalities (11 million invested generate an investment in the territory of 68 million euros)  expected returns for Invimit equal to 3% + inflation, for Municipalities about 1%  18 months (from the start of the Fund) to implement the new schools 2  returns in social terms: employed on site, urban redevelopment, safety of schools and reduction of maintenance costs and utilities  efficient allocation of public resources through the assessment of alternative scenarios taking into account risks and financial returns  different balances: non-speculative financial remuneration for Invimit (and for any other investors), returns on the territory and new schools for the Municipalities, remuneration for private SGRs for the realization of the project Challenges and lessons learned The main challenge was to coordinate all the administrative work of the various municipalities that have adopted different ways of supporting the operation.
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Score: 1909281.8 - https://unece.org/DAM/RCM_Webs...e/Case_Study_SDG11_1_Italy.pdf
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The main building has an area of approximately 1,100 square metres, built initially as a residential construction and converted into offices in 1991. (...) In other regions of Abidjan, some residential villas were available for rent. However, such an option would have implied major investment costs to secure and adapt premises to ILO needs and was therefore not investigated further. In November 2017, a real estate study conducted by an independent real estate firm identified that by 2020, around 37,000 square metres of newly constructed office space would be available in the Plateau.
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Score: 1902515.2 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...eetingdocument/wcms_619650.pdf
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Type of Entity* ☐ National Government or federal governmental ministry/agency ☐ Inter-governmental organization or UN agency ☐ Local or regional government, agency, representative or mayor ☐ Association, tenant union or housing cooperative ☐ NGO network, umbrella organization ☐ Community-based NGO ☐ Academia ☐ Foundation ☐ National human rights organization, ombudsperson ☐ Real estate, urban planning or construction ☐ Real estate investor or investment fund ☐ Trade Union ☐ Other: 2. (...) What impacts do these forms of spatial and residential segregation have on affected communities? (...) In your view, are certain forms of observed residential separation/voluntary clustering compatible with human rights law and if so why?
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Score: 1882227.7 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...discrimination-housing_EN.docx
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Name of Individual, Organization, Institution, Agency or State: Denmark Type of Entity* ☒ National Government or federal governmental ministry/agency ☐ Inter-governmental organization or UN agency ☐ Local or regional government, agency, representative or mayor ☐ Association, tenant union or housing cooperative ☐ NGO network, umbrella organization ☐ Community-based NGO ☐ Academia ☐ Foundation ☐ National human rights organization, ombudsperson ☐ Real estate, urban planning or construction ☐ Real estate investor or investment fund ☐ Trade Union ☐ Other: 2. (...) What impacts do these forms of spatial and residential segregation have on affected communities? (...) In your view, are certain forms of observed residential separation/voluntary clustering compatible with human rights law and if so why?
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Score: 1882227.7 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ngdiscrimin/input-denmark.docx
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