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Download Documents for ONLINE: UNECE Regional Workshop "Housing governance to support housing affordability" | UNECE Skip to main content 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 Housing & Land Population Sustainable Energy Statistics Trade Transport 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 Media Executive Secretary Blog Press Releases News COVID-19 News & Press Releases Speeches Stories UNECE weekly Videos Title Symbol Document Category - Any - Document Region - Any - Commonwealth of Independent States Customs Union European Union SPECA Country Language Download Documents for ONLINE: UNECE Regional Workshop "Housing governance to support housing affordability" Select document files and add them on the list of files that you wish to download. Action Document Filename Document File Language Document Information Update this item Slovenia workshop 23-24 Feb 2021 programme FINAL.pdf Slovenia workshop 23-24 Feb 2021 programme FINAL.pdf (application/pdf, 336.25 KB) English Draft programme - workshop "Housing governance to support housing affordability" Update this item 1-session1-Buchholz Tilman.pdf 1-session1-Buchholz Tilman.pdf (application/pdf, 731.14 KB) English German EU Council Presidency: New Leipzig Charter - Tilman Buchholz, German Federal Ministry of the Interior Update this item 2-session1-Marissa Plouin.pdf 2-session1-Marissa Plouin.pdf (application/pdf, 1.37 MB) English Housing Policy in the OECD - Marissa Plouin, Housing Policy Analyst, OECD Update this item 3-session1-Nathalie Roebbel.pdf 3-session1-Nathalie Roebbel.pdf (application/pdf, 2.86 MB) English WHO's activities on housing and health - Nathalie Roebbel, Head Urban Health, the World Health Organization (WHO) Update this item 4-session1-Grzegorz GAJDA.pdf 4-session1-Grzegorz GAJDA.pdf (application/pdf, 310.35 KB) English Focusing on housing affordability challenges in the South-Eastern Europe - Grzegorz Gajda, Senior Urban Sector Specialist, Regional and Urban Development, European Investment Bank (EIB) Update this item 5-session1-Szolgayova Lawson Orr.pdf 5-session1-Szolgayova Lawson Orr.pdf (application/pdf, 1.82 MB) English Positive policy solutions to improve housing affordability in the UNECE region - Elena Szolgayova, #Housing2030 Initiative Co-Chair; David Orr, #Housing2030 Initiative Co-Chair; Julie Lawson, Lead Writer of the study report Update this item 1-session2-Brian Evans.pdf 1-session2-Brian Evans.pdf (application/pdf, 3.67 MB) English UNECE Regional Action Plan (RAP) - Brian Evans, Professor of Urbanism and Landscape, Head of Urbanism, Mackintosh School of Architecture, The Glasgow School of Art, UK Update this item 2-session2-Asa Rogelj.pdf 2-session2-Asa Rogelj.pdf (application/pdf, 1.35 MB) English Affordable and healthy housing for all - Aša Rogelj, Deputy Director General, Ministry of the Environment and Spatial Planning of the Republic of Slovenia Update this item 3-session2-Susanne Bauer.pdf 3-session2-Susanne Bauer.pdf (application/pdf, 404.26 KB) English Governance for affordable, adequate and healthy housing for all - Susanne Bauer, International Relations, the City of Vienna, Austria Update this item 4-session2-Knut_Hoeller.pdf 4-session2-Knut_Hoeller.pdf (application/pdf, 1.83 MB) English Housing affordability in Central Asia - Knut Höller, Executive Member of the Board, Housing Initiative for Eastern Europe Update this item 1-Doris Andoni 24 Feb 2021.pdf 1-Doris Andoni 24 Feb 2021.pdf (application/pdf, 2.63 MB) English Focusing on housing affordability challenges in the South-Eastern Europe: Albania - Doris Andoni, Director, Housing, Ministry of Finance and Economy of Albania Update this item 2-Tijana and Svetlana 24 Feb 2021.pdf 2-Tijana and Svetlana 24 Feb 2021.pdf (application/pdf, 248.73 KB) English Housing affordability and sustainable development strategy in the Republic of Serbia - Svetlana Ristić and Tijana Zivanovic Milic, Ministry of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure, Serbia Update this item 3-Marko Čanović 24 Feb 2021.pdf 3-Marko Čanović 24 Feb 2021.pdf (application/pdf, 3.03 MB) English Affordable housing programme in Montenegro (MNE) - Marko Čanović, Ministry of Ecology, Spatial Planning and Urbanization of Montenegro Update this item 4-Andrew Popelka 24 Feb 2021.pdf 4-Andrew Popelka 24 Feb 2021.pdf (application/pdf, 719.5 KB) English Comparative study of the gaps in housing regulations in the Western Balkan countries - Andrew Popelka, Senior Energy Adviser, United States Agency for International Development (USAID), USA Add selected files to your document collection Download selected Your collection File name File size Actions ABOUT UNECE Mission Executive Secretary Organizational Structure OPPORTUNITIES Vacancies Internship Programme RESOURCES Statistical Database Evaluations Follow UNECE Facebook Twitter Contact us Flickr Rss Youtube Instagram © United Nations Economic Commission for Europe | Terms and Conditions of Use | Privacy Notice Contact us
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Also speaking were the Minister for Equipment and Infrastructure of Niger; Minister of Public Works and Minister of State for Housing Affairs of Kuwait; Minister for Housing and Settlements of Trinidad and Tobago; Minister for Construction and Transportation of Nicaragua; Minister for Environment of the Slovakia; Minister for Housing and Physical Planning of Nepal, Minister for Public Construction and National Housing of Zimbabwe; Minister for Interior of Cyprus; Senior Minister in Charge of Culture and Fine Arts, Land Management, Urbanism and Construction of Cambodia; Minister for Home Affairs of Vanuatu; and the Minister for Works and Urban development of Ethiopia. The Minister of State for Works and Housing of Nigeria; Deputy Minister, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine; Deputy State Secretary, Ministry of the Interior of Hungary; and the Deputy Minister for Environment, Physical Planning and Public Works of Greece also made statements. (...) A national housing programme was initiated in 1994 to build 121,000 houses all over Nigeria.
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Score: 1023665.6 - https://www.un.org/press/en/1996/19960614.hab136.html
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Press release UNICEF in partnership with the Ministry of Social Affairs offer Psychosocial Support Free helpline 123 launched to offer psychosocial support through partnership between UNICEF and Ministry of Social Affairs and Housing 08 May 2020 UNICEF Suriname 2020 Director of Ministry of Social Affairs and Housing - Angela Salmo The Ministry of Social Affairs and Housing (SoZaVo) has worked together with a number of important partners to provide psychosocial help in our country during the COVID-19 pandemic. (...) According to SoZaVo director Angela Salmo, one of the tasks of the Ministry of Social Affairs and Housing is to provide intangible assistance. So this is a fact with the provision of psychosocial help. (...) Under the current circumstances, this line is not only for children and young people, but also adults. With regard to the interior, the ministry is working on further elaboration with the Medical Mission to develop an algorithm.
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Score: 1022989.7 - https://www.unicef.org/guyanas...irs-offer-psychosocial-support
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SMS was established in 2010 as a government institution coordinated by the Minister of Interior. Through SMS, the Minister implements the state migration policy on combating illegal migration, citizenship, registration of refugees and other categories of migrants. (...) The topics covered included IDP registration, housing issues, access to education, birth and death registration and other issues. (...) UNHCR also improved weather shelters at the checkpoints both in the East and at the administrative boundary with Crimea. Housing for IDPs: UNHCR put together a small team, including financial and legal specialists, to design pilot housing project for IDPs.
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Score: 1022863.1 - https://www.unhcr.org/ua/en/government-of-ukraine
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Claims to Italian citizenship, addressed to the Ministry of the Interior, must be submitted to the Prefecture of the Province of residence, if in Italy; if residence is abroad, to the diplomatic-consular mission. (...) Pursuant to Ministry of the Interior Directive of 7 March 2012, as from June 2012 authority to issue citizenship decrees is assigned to: the Prefect for applications submitted by foreigners 5 legally residing in Italy; Head of the Department for Civil Liberties and Immigration in the case of a foreign spouse residing abroad; the Minister of the Interior in the case of reasons pertaining to the security of the Republic.  Gender discrimination affecting racial, ethnic and other minorities in access to citizenship and nationality The Support for Active Inclusion (SIA) is a measure promoted by the Ministry of Labour and Social Policies, to counter poverty by assisting financially families in economic difficulties. (...) It therefore seems appropriate, on the one hand, to promote access to housing, in accordance with the applicable legislative provisions, and, on the other hand, to support the transition of asylum seekers and beneficiaries of protection through local volunteer activities, as indicated in the Circular of November 27, 2014 issued by the Head of the Department of Civil Liberties and Immigration of the Ministry of the Interior.
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Score: 1022277.3 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...tionalityImmigration/Italy.pdf
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Presentation title (blue) German EU Council Presidency: New Leipzig Charter Tilman Buchholz UNECE Regional Workshop 23 February 2021 Informal Ministerial Urban Development 30 November 2020 Adoption of: • „New Leipzig Charter – The transformative power of cities for the common good“  Strategic framework document, aiming at strengthening the common good in urban development context • „Implementing the New Leipzig Charter through multi-level governance – Next steps for the Urban Agenda for the EU“  Implementation Document, preparing the next phase of the UAEU Basic elements of the New Leipzig Charter The Transformative Power of European Cities updated three-columned model of sustainability = three basic dimensions of European cities Digitalisation as cross-cutting issue Basic elements of the New Leipzig Charter Green • Creation of high-quality urban environment (air, water, soil), biodiversity; • Climate neutral energy supply and energy efficiency; • Shift towards sustainable mobility Just Productive • Ensure equal opportunities for all, equal access to public services; • Adequate, accessible, safe and affordable housing; • Socially balanced, mixed and safe neighbourhoods • Productive, innovative & competitive city with traditional & new industries/crafts; • Shift towards digital, service-oriented and low-carbon economy; • Promoting mix of living, working, recreation, education, leisure Basic elements of the New Leipzig Charter Key principles of good urban governance • Urban policy for the common good: • Providing services and infrastructure for the common good, including housing • Integrated approach • Participation and Co-Creation • Multi-level governance • Place-based approach Basic elements of the New Leipzig Charter Empowering Cities to Transform Cities need support from European, national and regional level to be capable to respond to current and future challenges. Cities therefore need … … legal framework conditions in a multi-level governance system ….adequate investment capacities (own income, allocations) … appropriately skilled, qualified and trained employees … steerability and shaping of infrastructure, public services/welfare Basic elements of the New Leipzig Charter Empowering Cities to Transform Powerful national policy framework and funding Appeal to Member States to support active and strategic land policy, including: • „Sufficient areas for adequate, safe, well-designed and affordable housing to ensure vibrant and socially mixed neighbourhoods, avoiding speculative land policy“ Basic elements of the New Leipzig Charter Empowering Cities to Transform Coherent EU regulation and funding instruments • Continuation of the Urban Agenda for the EU as implementing process for: better regulation, better funding and better knowledge • Keep the urban dimension in Cohesion Policy • Stimulate integrated, innovative and participatory approaches in sustainable urban development, supported via European Urban Initiative • Better coordination of vertical and horizontal exchange of knowledge and expertise Thank you for your attention! Tilman Buchholz Federal Ministry of the Interior, Building and Community Phone.: +49 30 18681 16131 Tilman.buchholz@bmi.bund.de German EU Council Presidency: New Leipzig CharterTilman Buchholz Informal Ministerial Urban Development 30 November 2020 Slide Number 3 Basic elements of the New Leipzig Charter Basic elements of the New Leipzig Charter Basic elements of the New Leipzig Charter Basic elements of the New Leipzig Charter Basic elements of the New Leipzig Charter Basic elements of the New Leipzig Charter
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Score: 1021670.7 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...session1-Buchholz%20Tilman.pdf
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Photo by BIOFIN Philippines “With sustainable tourism being a long-time advocacy of the DOT, we are proud to have partnered with BIOFIN, the Department of Environment and Natural Resources, and the Department of Interior and Local Government in support of this project,” former DOT Secretary and now Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas Deputy Governor Bernadette Romulo-Puyat   Why is this campaign important? (...) Former Deputy Speaker of the House and now Senator Loren Legarda, a known legislative champion for the environment, in her speech recognized that “Nature-based solutions will be the new currency as the world works towards resilience.” (...) Senator Legarda has filed House Resolution 02596, urging the President to sign the proposed YoPA Presidential Proclamation.
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Score: 1015689.4 - https://www.undp.org/philippin...-year-protected-areas-campaign
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Cedo Prodanovic   TRIAL CHAMBER I of the International Tribunal for the Prosecution of Persons Responsible for Serious Violations of International Humanitarian Law Committed in the Territory of the Former Yugoslavia since 1991 (the "Tribunal"), BEING SEISED of the "Request for limited Amendment to the Conditions set out for the Provisional Release of the Accused Rahim Ademi Sthe "Accused"C", (the "Request"), filed on 24 April 2002, by which the Defence sought: that the Accused be authorised to visit a doctor in Zagreb; that the Accused be authorised to occasionally spend some time in a location near Split; NOTING that the Prosecution did not respond to the Request, NOTING the "Order on Motion for Provisional Release," filed on 20 February 2002; NOTING that, on 24 June 2002, the Defence filed a letter providing, in particular, a document stating that the Accused should be referred to a medical centre in Zagreb for "control check-up"; CONSIDERING that the information submitted by the Defence, regarding in particular the health condition of the accused, can justify that the conditions imposed upon the accused be modified to the extent compatible with: a) ensuring that he is not prevented from receiving adequate treatment; and b) ensuring that he will reappear for trial and not be a threat to the victims or witnesses; BEARING IN MIND that the Government of the Republic of Croatia offered a number of guarantees for securing the provisional release of the accused and stated, in particular, that it would fulfil all eventual requests of the respective Trial Chamber in this matter; NOTING that the most recent "Report of the Office of the Government of Croatia for Co-operation with the ICTY and ICJ regarding the obligation of the General Rahim Ademi to report weekly to the competent police authorities S…C," filed on 14 June 2002, shows that the Accused has satisfied this obligation in the month of May 2002; CONSIDERING therefore that there is no reason at this moment to deny the Request, subject to the conditions below; PURSUANT to Rules 54 and 65 of the Rules of Procedure and Evidence of the Tribunal, HEREBY GRANTS the Request as follows: The Accused is authorised to visit the relevant medical centre(s) and doctor(s) in Zagreb as deemed appropriate by the competent medical authorities, subject to: being absent from his usual place of residence as little time as practically feasible in order to receive proper treatment; prior to going to Zagreb, reporting to the police station on each occasion, the date of his departure to Zagreb and the date of his return: reporting the address of the place he will be staying in Zagreb, should he be required to stay more than one day, to the Ministry of Interior and the Registrar of the Tribunal; The Accused is authorised to visit, and stay at, the place mentioned in the Request, occasionally, subject to: reporting the address of the family house in the city of Rogoznica, at which he will be staying to the Ministry of Interior and the Registrar of the Tribunal; prior to going to this address, reporting to the police station on each occasion, the date of his departure to the address and the date of his return; continuing to report on a weekly basis ( i.e. every seven days, for example every Monday) at the police station where he usually reports; complying with any additional measure the Government of the Republic of Croatia would deem fit to impose in order to meet its obligations in relation with the provisional release of the Accused;   Done in both English and French, the English text being authoritative. ___________________________ Judge Liu, President of Trial Chamber I Dated this fifth day of July 2002 At The Hague, The Netherlands [ Seal of the Tribunal]
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Score: 1015475.5 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/ademi/tord/en/04170536.htm
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Argentina | UN-Habitat 跳转到主要内容 Top Menu Covid-19 Governance Donors Programmes Media centre Get involved Events 菜单 Main navigation About Us Overview Accountability Donors Evaluation Governance Leadership New Urban Agenda Our Strategy Partners Sustainable Development Goals About Us Megamenu Topics Climate Change Disability Energy Housing Human Rights Land Legislation Local Economic Development Local Governments and Decentralisation Migration Mobility Municipal Finance Planning and Design Public Space Regeneration Regional and Metropolitan Planning Rehabilitation Resilience and Risk Reduction Safety Slum Upgrading Waste Management Water and Sanitation Youth and Livelihoods Topics megamenu Where We Are Africa Region Asia and the Pacific Region Arab States Region Latin America and the Caribbean Region Andean Countries HUB Argentina Bolivia (Plurinational State of) Brazil Chile Cuba Mexico Other countries Africa Region Asia and the Pacific Region Arab States Region Latin America and the Caribbean Region Other Countries Knowledge Best Practices Capacity Building Research and Publications Data and Analytics Knowledge Megamenu Search Go Donate Donors Events Get involved Governance Media centre 首页 node 142219 Overview Since 2016 UN-Habitat has supported the government of Argentina in the implementation of the global agendas, #2030Agenda and the #NewUrbanAgenda. (...) Although the consequences affect the entire population, they do affect stronger those that are the most in need. Urban numbers The housing deficit reaches 4.100.000 households, where 2.700.000 corresponds to qualitative deficit and 1.300.000 to quantitative deficit (2010). 16% of houses lack drinkable water and 45% sanitary sewer (2016). 17% of the population face lack of tenure security (2016). (...) For the last two years UN-Habitat has been involved with the Ministry of Interior, Public Works and Housing. The agency has also developed partnerships with the Government of the City of Buenos Aires.
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Score: 1014898.8 - https://unhabitat.org/cn/node/142219
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Although the consequences affect the entire population, they do affect stronger those that are the most in need. Urban numbers The housing deficit reaches 4.100.000 households, where 2.700.000 corresponds to qualitative deficit and 1.300.000 to quantitative deficit (2010). 16% of houses lack drinkable water and 45% sanitary sewer (2016). 17% of the population face lack of tenure security (2016). (...) For the last two years UN-Habitat has been involved with the Ministry of Interior, Public Works and Housing. The agency has also developed partnerships with the Government of the City of Buenos Aires. (...) Donors Argentina Partners Alianza Internacional de Habitantes Asociación Civil Madre Tierra Asociacioón Civil por la Igualdad y la Justicia - ACIJ Cámara De La Vivienda Y Equipamiento Urbano De La República Argentina - CAVERA Cámara Empresaria de Desarrolladores Urbanos Centro Argentino de Ingenieros - CAI Centro de Estudios Legales y Sociales - CELS Centro de Implementación de Políticas Públicas para la Equidad y el Crecimiento… Consejo Profesional de Ingeniería Civil - CPIC El Desafío Federación Argentina de Municipios - FAM Fundación Metropolitana Gobierno de la Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires Hábitat para la Humanidad - Argentina Ingenieros sin Fronteras Ministerio de Producción Ministerio de Transporte Ministerio del Interior, Obras Públicas y Vivienda Secretaría de Gobierno de Ambiente y Desarrollo Sustentable TECHO Universidad de Buenos Aires - UBA Universidad Católica Argentina Universidad de Tres de Febrero Universidad General Sarmiento- Observatorio del Conurbano Bonaerense Universidad Torcuato Di Tella Contact Alain Grimard International Senior Human Settlements Officer - SHSO Rio de Janeiro/Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean (Brazil and Southern Cone) + Partner with us highlighted publication Política Nacional Urbana Argentina The National Urban Policy (NUP) is a tool that allows national governments to guide the urbanization process as well as a guiding tool that provides a clear and coordinated view of the directions to be taken by public policies on the territorial development of cities, enabling greater and better… + DOWNLOAD Política Nacional Urbana Argentina + Download the response plan + View the COVID-19 Appeal + Join us highlighted publication Generación de nuevos instrumentos para el financiamiento municipal Generating new instruments for municipal financing This publication presents a set of notable urban finance experiences that have been applied to various municipal management objectives in several countries and discusses their potential applicability in Bolivian cities.
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