November 12-14, 2014
São Paulo, Brazil
In order to confront the fundamental political, economic,
social, cultural and environmental challenges that exist in our cities we need
to push the global debate on content and strategies to materialize the right to
the city, and continue to push for the regional construction of this content.
During the next few years a new International Urban Agenda
will be built due to processes underway to define the post 2015 Agenda for the
Millennium and the Sustainable Development Objectives that were a challenge
during the Rio+20 in 2012 and the Habitat III Conference on Human Settlements.
In order to contribute to this process of building a global platform for the
Right to the City and creating international strategies for incorporating it
into the new international agenda, there will be an International Meeting on
the Right to the City in the regional and international context in São Paulo
from November 12-14.