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“Urban Revitalization of Mass Housing” UN-Habitat International Competition – Office of the Secretary-General’s Envoy on Youth Skip to content Welcome to the United Nations English Français Español Search for: Home Envoy on Youth Envoy’s Workplan Youth 2030 Stories Climate Action Humanitarian Action Youth4Peace Young Leaders About the Young Leaders for the SDGs 2016 Class 2018 Class 2020 Class Become a Young Leader Contact Donate Now “Urban Revitalization of Mass Housing” UN-Habitat International Competition “Urban Revitalization of Mass Housing” UN-Habitat International Competition UN-Habitat has announced a new international competition on the “Urban Revitalization of Mass Housing”, initiated by the Global Housing Strategy’s campaign on “Placing Housing at the Centre” which seeks to address the challenges currently facing mass/social/public housing around the globe whilst introducing Academic Social Responsibility (ASR) and encouraging Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). (...) Schools of architecture and urban planning as well as other academic and research institutions are encouraged to include this competition as part of their curriculum and course work. Ministries of Housing, local authorities, housing corporations and associations of mass housing residents as well as owners and managers of mass housing estates are invited to collaborate with competitors in order to receive as many innovative ideas as possible towards retrofitting these unsuitable housing environments. (...) Through crowdsourcing, this online competition encourages regional and international exchanges of existing good practices as well as original and creative project solutions, concepts and policy implications developed by competitors to address challenges facing national mass housing estates today. For more information and to express your interest in participating in the competition, please visit Urban Gateway.
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Score: 927420.5 - https://www.un.org/youthenvoy/...tat-international-competition/
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STUDY TOUR TO LATVIA, LITHUANIA AND ESTONIA : REPORT / PREPARED BY THE STUDY TOUR RAPPORTEURS AND THE AUTHORITIES OF THE HOST COUNTRIES IN COOPERATION WITH THE SECRETARIAT
Changes in the ownership of buildings would create a need for control and conservation advice. In multi-storey housing estates, the privatization process had resulted in a large number of owners. (...) It is important to find appropriate rules for the community of owners. In particular, a legal institutional framework for the decision- making process for managing the owner-occupied housing stock is needed. (...) Another common feature undermining housing maintenance is the generally low income level of the new owners, in addition to the lack of a proper financing system with long-term loans, mortgages, etc.
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Score: 927352.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...f/get?open&DS=HBP/R.368&Lang=E
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The households incur the costs, while the expenditures are deemed to occur when the goods and services are con- sumed. Own account expenditures of this kind include expenditures on housing services produced for their own consumption by owner-occupiers. (...) They are treated as fixed assets and not consumption goods and therefore fall outside the scope of COICOP. However, the housing services produced and consumed by owner-occupiers are inclu- ded in COICOP and classified in the same way as the housing services consumed by tenants. 3.24 Services. (...) As already noted, dwellings are treated as fixed assets and not consumer durables in the SNA. The treatment of owner-occupied housing is con- sidered separately below.
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Score: 923364 - https://www.ilo.org/public/eng...reau/stat/download/cpi/ch3.pdf
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REPORT ON THE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON APPROACHES TO HOUSING AND COMMUNAL SERVICES REFORM IN UKRAINE DURING ECONOMIC TRANSITION / PREPARED BY THE DELEGATION OF UKRAINE IN COOPERATION WITH THE SECRETARIAT
The major part of the private housing sector, which consists predominantly of one-storey houses, is maintained by the home-owners. (...) Cooperative housing is also maintained either by the owners or by the State enterprises on a contractual basis. (...) The existing legislation does not provide answers to many issues relating to the rights, obligations and responsibilities of joint owners in apartment houses, which appeared as a result of housing privatization.
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Score: 923318.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...f/get?open&DS=HBP/R.345&Lang=E
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If more than a person co-author a joint work, all shall be considered equal owners of the rights unless agreed otherwise in writing. (...) Section III Compensation Article (71) The court may, upon a request by the author or owner of related rights, order an equitable compensation to be paid by the infringer against material and moral damages inflicted on the owner of these rights. (...) Article (74) All publication houses, phonogram production enterprises and other institutions licensed by the Ministry to publish, copy, distribute, sale or buy works or phonograms or tools, radio programs must keep all the documents that entitle them to do so from the right owner or legitimate heritors whether the work originates from Yemen or abroad.
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Score: 923245 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/yem_e/WTACCYEM33A1_LEG_4.pdf
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If more than a person co-author a joint work, all shall be considered equal owners of the rights unless agreed otherwise in writing. (...) Section III Compensation Article (71) The court may, upon a request by the author or owner of related rights, order an equitable compensation to be paid by the infringer against material and moral damages inflicted on the owner of these rights. (...) Article (74) All publication houses, phonogram production enterprises and other institutions licensed by the Ministry to publish, copy, distribute, sale or buy works or phonograms or tools, radio programs must keep all the documents that entitle them to do so from the right owner or legitimate heritors whether the work originates from Yemen or abroad.
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Score: 923245 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/yem_e/WTACCYEM28A2_LEG_1.pdf
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REPORT : ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR EUROPE, COMMITTEE ON HUMAN SETTLEMENTS, SEMINAR ON RENEWAL AND MODERNIZATION OF HUMAN SETTLEMENTS : STRATEGIES FOR POLICY IMPLEMENTATION, VIENNA, AUSTRIA, 13-17 JUNE 1994
Home-ownership in single-family houses and shared ownership can also lead to deterioration when future renovation costs to be borne by the owner are not taken into account when the house is sold to a new owner. (...) The future owners will not always be able to pay both the market price of the house and the renovation costs. (...) Local authorities and owners are encouraged to make decisions themselves in order to improve the quality and quantity of housing.
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Score: 922193.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...et?open&DS=HBP/SEM.51/2&Lang=E
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The restoration of property rights to owners and their heirs resulted in the fragmentation of land in rural areas. (...) Urban land development and housing 43. The housing strategy of Lithuania is based on the recommendation of the Housing Sector Profile implemented in Lithuania by the UNECE Committee on Human Settlements in 1999. (...) The same is true when owners suddenly refuse to sign a pre-decided arrangement; in some Western countries, special legislation regulates these issues.
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Score: 921827.8 - https://unece.org/DAM/hlm/docu...hbp/wp.7/HBP-WP.7-2005-3-e.pdf
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Two million people live in housing that is officially classified as dilapidated. (...) For instance, there is no explicit policy in place in the Russian Federation to address the housing needs of those households that are not able to solve their housing problems themselves. (...) Make municipalities effectively responsible for the publicly owned housing stock and give them the resources they need.
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Score: 921293.2 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/press/pr2004/04env_p15e.htm
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CONDOMINIUMS IN THE HOUSING POLICY OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION : A THEMATIC ANALYSIS / PREPARED BY S. FILIMONOV (RUSSIAN FEDERATION)
Private legal relations have developed against the background of a crisis in the housing sector, caused to a large extent by objective conditions which accompanied the transition from a strict State system of administration to a market economy, and the Government’s renunciation of its monopolistic role as investor, contractor and owner in the housing sector. (...) The property was directly managed by the owner. 8. With the adoption of laws on property and on privatization of the State-owned and municipal housing stock, private individuals and legal entities, the Russian Federation, constituent entities of the Russian Federation and municipalities became owners of residential and non-residential units in apartment buildings. They became owners not only of residential and non-residential units in apartment buildings, but also partial owners of the remaining property in the house (common, shared property).
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Score: 921069.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../get?open&DS=HBP/2002/7&Lang=E
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