Habitat International Coalition
Global network for the right to habitat and social justice
Planning [In]Justice : Spatial Analysis for Urban Cairo
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This publication considers the contemporary issue of spatial inequality in the Greater Cairo Region (GCR), it provides the historical context of urban governance, the built environment, and national policies and developments in Egypt.

The TADAMUN Initiative believes that all citizens have an equal right to their city, as well as a shared responsibility towards it. TADAMUN also believes that solidarity among citizens is the only way to achieve social justice and a decent standard of living, particularly for many who have been ignored for too long. TADAMUN strives to work with all stakeholders as it builds alliances and coalitions to encourage change and introduces realistic alternatives and solutions for existing urban problems. What we need is not more undemocratic and elitist decisions, but for all citizens to claim and demand their urban rights and to devise new urban policies that are more effective, equitable, participatory, and sustainable.

• Housing Policies   • Urban Centers   

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