Noticias

  • Asociación AERYC

    AERYC es una red de ciudades y regiones para favorecer la cooperación internacional en el ámbito latinoamericano y europeo.

    03 Mayo 2014
    Fuente:
    AERYC
  • Los movimientos sociales reclaman su derecho a transformar la ciudad

    “Queremos reconquistar poco a poco una ciudad que nos han robado”. La frase es de Gala Pin, activista social de Barcelona. Los movimientos sociales tienen encima de la mesa varios proyectos para empezar esta “reconquista” de la capital catalana, algunos se encuentran en fase muy embrionaria, otros empiezan a coger forma y al menos un par de ellos son plenamente operativos y se han convertido en el modelo a seguir para otros colectivos.

    26 Abr 2014
    Fuente:
    El País
  • African Urbanism and Human Rights

    Africa is experiencing the most rapid exodus from rural to urban areas on the planet: Its urban population is projected to increase from today’s 414 million to over 1.2 billion by 2050.

    25 Abr 2014
    Fuente:
    Open Society Foundations
  • Learning from 5 Pointz: what the graffiti mecca teaches us about the creation of public space

    The famed warehouse site in Queens, New York, destroyed definitively last year, was about much more than just the place of graffiti in society. It highlighted precisely how we engage democratically in the creation of public space, especially in the creation of spaces that suggest alternative ways of forming a "public", as Matt DelSesto argues.

    08 Abr 2014
    Fuente:
    The Global Urbanist
  • Richard Sennet a Barcelona

    Per a Richard Sennett, les ciutats han de ser obertes, ambigües i flexibles, imperfectes i inacabades. Només així podran preservar la seva força creativa, provocar la reflexió i acollir la novetat, fins i tot la més dissonant o contradictòria.

    Conferència al CCCB: Dilluns 17 de març, a les 19.30 h

    24 Mar 2014
    Fuente:
    CCCB
  • Jornada: Com fer front a la manca d'habitatge social?

    Catalunya és una de les comunitats més afectades per la problemàtica dels desallotjaments i per la concentració de pisos buits.

    Dijous 20 de març de 2014 de 9:30 h a 14:15 h. Edifici vapor universitari de Terrassa.

    20 Mar 2014
    Fuente:
    Observatori DESC
  • Planning The unbuilding of informal Buenos Aires, part 2: the terminal

    Declining standards of rail commuter services in Buenos Aires has caused much of the metropolitan population to rely on combi vans, both high-end and low-end commuters alike. But while governments are providing new infrastructure for wealthy and middle-class commuters to enjoy their combi commutes in comfort, they are squeezing low-income commuters out at the same time. 

    18 Mar 2014
    Fuente:
    The Global Urbanist
  • America's 1,000 Richest Neighborhoods

    America's "one percent" are a privileged bunch. It takes an adjusted gross income of almost $400.000 to be counted among those who make up the country's top earners. Together, the top 1 percent account for nearly 20 percent of reported taxable income in the U.S.

    13 Mar 2014
    Fuente:
    CityLab
  • The Dozen Regional Powerhouses Driving the U.S. Economy

    At night, satellite images show a string of near-constant light along the cities of the U.S. East Coast. Urban growth and sprawl have created a map where Washington blends into Baltimore, and on through Philadelphia, Trenton, New York, Hartford, Providence, and Boston.

    12 Mar 2014
    Fuente:
    CityLab
  • Inclusive Cities Newsletter - January 2014

    The Inclusive Cities project aims to strengthen membership-based organizations (MBOs) of the working poor in the areas of organizing, policy analysis and advocacy in order to ensure that urban informal workers have the tools to make themselves heard within urban planning processes. Inclusive Cities is a collaboration between MBOs of the working poor, international alliances of MBOs and those supporting the work of MBOs.

    10 Mar 2014

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