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FOLLOW-UP TO THE WORLD SUMMIT FOR SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT AND THE 24TH SPECIAL SESSION OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY : PRIORITY THEME : SOCIAL INTEGRATION
People at the grassroots are organized into small groups of around 30 neighborhood families to facilitate participatory dialogue in a sustained manner. (...) The State government ensures that programmes and activities of almost all its departments converge and get implemented through these neighborhood structures and their federations. The same neighborhood-based inclusive organization lends itself also to inclusive action by children for child rights. This takes the form of nearly fifty thousand neighborhood parliaments of children, and their multi-tier federation up to the state level in two States of India.
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Score: 1198826.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...n&DS=E/CN.5/2009/NGO/15&Lang=E
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HUMAN RIGHTS SITUATION IN PALESTINE AND OTHER OCCUPIED ARAB TERRITORIES :WRITTEN STATEMENT / SUBMITTED BY PALESTINIAN INITIATIVE FOR THE PROMOTION OF GLOBAL DIALOGUE AND DEMOCRACY (MIFTAH)
Palestinians have been resisting forced displacement, dispossession, and ethnic cleansing in various cities and neighborhoods since 1948. Today, families in the Jerusalem neighborhood of Sheikh Jarrah and in Silwan are fighting to save their homes in Sheikh Jarrah and Silwan, more than 1,0001 Palestinians remain under threat of forced displacement from their homes and land. (...) On 16 May 2021, the IOF closed the neighborhood with cement blocks. Notably, these restrictions, do not affect Israeli settlers as they can access the neighborhood freely, even if they do not reside in it. Palestinians continued to show up in support at the entrances of the neighborhood, and they continue to be suppressed and targeted by the IOF.
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Score: 1193526.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...pen&DS=A/HRC/47/NGO/211&Lang=E
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ANNUAL REPORT OF THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS AND REPORTS OF THE OFFICE OF THE HIGH COMMISSIONER AND THE SECRETARY-GENERAL :WRITTEN STATEMENT / SUBMITTED BY HUMAN RIGHTS INFORMATION AND TRAINING CENTER
The Houthi militia also bombed the Asaifra neighborhood, the Salam neighborhood, and the old airport in the Cairo Directorate with medium and heavy artillery shells from their positions in the Softel hill. In February, the HRITC’s team monitored nearly half of the dead and injured of the categories of women and children who fell at the hands of the Houthi militia, whether by artillery shelling or by anti-aircraft, which it launched on the Muroor neighborhood in the Mudhaffar district, Al-Arbaeen Street in the Salh district and the Al-Tawhid neighborhood in the Cairo district and intensified its bombardment on the Old Airport neighborhood and Bir Pasha west of the city. In March, the Houthi militia committed several massacres while bombing the Tariq bin Ziyad School in Al-Kadha neighborhood, Moqbna district, and with anti-aircraft missiles on Al- Rawda neighborhood in Cairo District, and bombing it with a mortar shell from the Faculty of Arts in Al-Aradi district, and another shell on Al-Ahkom village in Al-Shamatin District.
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Score: 1192271.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...open&DS=A/HRC/48/NGO/51&Lang=E
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Neighborhood preparedness will also enhance the ability of women in their neighborhoods to reduce their emergency needs and to manage their existing resources (even if few) until “organized assistance” becomes available. (...) Task One Determine the size of your neighborhood, who lives there and any special concerns. (...) Developing neighborhood response programs does not need to be a complicated process.
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Score: 1189547 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/...ge/documents/EP2-2001Oct22.pdf
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In this article, we explore our ongoing effort towards a holistic recovery on the neighborhood level. It is the first of a series that sheds light on the neighborhood recovery framework currently implemented in Karantina, one of the most vulnerable neighborhoods in Beirut.  Why the Neighborhood Approach? Despite the overarching problems facing Beirut today, each neighborhood suffers from different socio-economic vulnerabilities intertwined with different spatial configurations of the built environment. (...) Power cuts and water shortages are unbearable especially in summer. Neighborhood Character: People wish for a more attractive neighborhood image and reputation, an image currently associated with poverty and decay. 
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Score: 1168817.5 - https://www.undp.org/lebanon/b...ery-area-affected-beirut-blast
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In order not to leave any neighborhood behind, the GAMLP proposes an agenda based on transformations to move towards a development that harmonizes social inclusion, environmental protection, and economic development. (...) It is a neighborhood with the largest population comparatively, with a total population of 795 inhabitants, of which 396 are men and 399 women. (...) The social cohesion generated by the trainings makes the neighborhood an ideal candidate to continue experiencing more digital and articulating interventions such as: Online “renewed” job bank.
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Score: 1168050.1 - https://www.undp.org/es/bolivi.../asking-one-gets-san-sebastian
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 ECLAC Notes PROJECTS Programmes Focused on Neighborhoods Help Sustainable Urban Development Achieving greater urban integration with renovated public spaces, better environments and solid social relations in Latin American neighborhoods is the objective of a cooperation agreement between ECLAC and the Housing Ministry (MINVU) of Chile. With support of the German cooperation agency GTZ, ECLAC prepared a summary report of the First Ibero-American Forum of Experiences of Neighborhood Recuperation held in Chile, and of MINVU’s Programme for the Recuperation of Neighborhoods “I love my neighborhood” . (...) With regard to the Chilean programme, Jordán said that disseminating this experience contributes to the discussion on how to improve the sustainable development of cities, fomenting social integration. “I love my neighborhood” develops urban works and plans, integrated projects and the recuperation of urban and socially deteriorated neighborhoods through the participation of its residents in defining needs and priorities.
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Score: 1167760.2 - https://www.cepal.org/notes/62/proyectos02
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STATEMENT /SUBMITTED BY INTERNATIONAL MOVEMENT ATD 4TH WORLD ; CONGREGATION OF OUR LADY OF CHARITY OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD, ELIZABETH SETON FEDERATION AND INTERNATIONAL PRESENTATION ASSOCIATION OF THE SISTERS OF THE PRESENTATION ; LORETTO COMMUNITY
We offer to this Commission a snapshot of our experience, from which we have learned that greater participation leads to success at elimination of poverty and to empowerment of communities. The “neighborhood parliaments” of southern India is one creative, inclusive approach that can be widely applicable and is already echoed in practices such as the Basic Communities of Latin America, community-based monitoring and “neighborhood clustering approach” in the Philippines, and the "ayalkkoottams" or neighborhood assemblies organized in regions of India. (...) In the neighborhood parliaments promoted by NGOs, children became the agents of social change. (...) The poor women of the neighborhood parliaments had a small savings scheme and were able to function as a bank for themselves.
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Score: 1167715.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=E/CN.5/2006/NGO/2&Lang=E
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A major step, since this is one of the two elementary schools in Al Jalloum, a neighborhood in old Aleppo where 2,000 families lived before the crisis. (...) UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, and Première Urgence Internationale (PUI) rehabilitated this school premises in Al Jalloum neighborhood in old Aleppo. © UNHCR/Hameed Maarouf UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, and Première Urgence Internationale (PUI) rehabilitated this school premises in Al Jalloum neighborhood in old Aleppo. © UNHCR/Hameed Maarouf UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, and Première Urgence Internationale (PUI) rehabilitated this school premises in Al Jalloum neighborhood in old Aleppo. © UNHCR/Hameed Maarouf UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, and Première Urgence Internationale (PUI) rehabilitated this school premises in Al Jalloum neighborhood in old Aleppo. © UNHCR/Hameed Maarouf UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, and Première Urgence Internationale (PUI) rehabilitated this school premises in Al Jalloum neighborhood in old Aleppo. © UNHCR/Hameed Maarouf UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, and Première Urgence Internationale (PUI) rehabilitated this school premises in Al Jalloum neighborhood in old Aleppo. © UNHCR/Hameed Maarouf UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, and Première Urgence Internationale (PUI) rehabilitated this school premises in Al Jalloum neighborhood in old Aleppo. © UNHCR/Hameed Maarouf UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, and Première Urgence Internationale (PUI) rehabilitated this school premises in Al Jalloum neighborhood in old Aleppo. © UNHCR/Hameed Maarouf UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, and Première Urgence Internationale (PUI) rehabilitated this school premises in Al Jalloum neighborhood in old Aleppo. © UNHCR/Hameed Maarouf UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, and Première Urgence Internationale (PUI) rehabilitated this school premises in Al Jalloum neighborhood in old Aleppo. © UNHCR/Hameed Maarouf One in three schools can no longer be used because they were destroyed, damaged, used for other purposes or for hosting displaced families. (...) Aleppo is among the worst-suffering cities in Syria after the years-long battle that severely changed the daily lives of its residents. © UNHCR/Hameed Maarouf © UNHCR/Hameed Maarouf © UNHCR/Hameed Maarouf © UNHCR/Hameed Maarouf   Amid the clashes, its residents sought safety in other neighborhoods in Aleppo or other governorates, while some crossed the borders to neighboring countries.
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Score: 1155067.8 - https://www.unhcr.org/sy/12590...-oldest-schools-in-aleppo.html
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Palestinians have been resisting forced displacement, dispossession, and ethnic cleansing in various cities and neighborhoods since 1948. Today, families in the Jerusalem neighborhood of Sheikh Jarrah and in Silwan are fighting to save their homes in Sheikh Jarrah and Silwan, more than 1,0001 Palestinians remain under threat of forced displacement from their homes and land. (...) On 16 May 2021, the IOF closed the neighborhood with cement blocks. Notably, these restrictions, do not affect Israeli settlers as they can access the neighborhood freely, even if they do not reside in it. Palestinians continued to show up in support at the entrances of the neighborhood, and they continue to be suppressed and targeted by the IOF.
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Score: 1154765.8 - https://www.un.org/unispal/wp-...1/06/AHRC47NGO211_230621-1.pdf
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