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UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities

Organizations relating to Housing, Tenants

Convention Affecting the Nationality of Arabs Resident in Countries to Which They Are Not Related by Origin / Est. 1952
Asia-Pacific Network for Housing Research / Hong Kong, Hong Kong / Est. 2001
Institute for Housing and Urban Development Studies / Rotterdam, Netherlands / Est. 1948
Co-operative Housing International / Ottawa ON, Canada / Est. 1952
International Centre for Earth Construction / Villefontaine, France / Est. 1979
European Heart House / Sophia Antipolis, France / Est. 1993
Inter-American Housing Union / Lima, Peru / Est. 1964
Peace House / Oklahoma City OK, USA
Shelter for Life / Maple Grove MN, USA / Est. 1979
Nordic House in Reykjavik / Reykjavik, Iceland / Est. 1968
International Development Centre - Queen Elizabeth House, Oxford / Est. 1954
Committee on Housing and Land Management / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1947
Shack-Slum Dwellers International / Cape Town, South Africa / Est. 1996
Convention Concerning Accommodation on Board Fishing Vessels / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1966
Our Little Brothers and Sisters / Cuernavaca, Mexico / Est. 1954
Caretakers of the Environment International / Nørresundby, Denmark / Est. 1986
Institute of International Harmonization for Building and Housing / Tokyo, Japan / Est. 1989
Nordic Housing Administration Meeting / Helsinki, Finland
Rooftops Canada / Toronto ON, Canada / Est. 1984
Convention Respecting Conditions of Residence and Business and Jurisdiction / Est. 1923
European Social Housing Observatory / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1993
Peace Containers / Atlanta GA, USA
House of Galilee International Church and Ministries / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1992
International House Sonnenberg / St Andreasberg, Germany / Est. 1949
Nordic House in the Faeroe Islands / Thórshavn, Faeroe Is / Est. 1983

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World Problems relating to Housing, Tenants

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Urban slums
Denial of right to sufficient shelter
Unsanitary and inhumane food animal conditions
High cost of housing
Inadequate housing for the aged
Tax discrimination against non-residents of a country
Discrimination against immigrants and aliens
Animal stress in factory farming
Overcrowding of housing and accommodation
Unethical real estate practice
Substandard housing and accommodation
Absentee ownership
Socially inappropriate housing
Illegal occupation of unoccupied property
Threatened habitats of indigenous peoples
Underpayment for work
Segregation in housing
Inadequate housing among indigenous peoples
House moths
House dust
Inadequate housing
Environmental degradation of inner city areas
Excessive population mobility
Improvisational housing

Action Strategies relating to Housing, Tenants

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Involving residents
Improving public utilities in urban areas
Constructing low energy buildings
Providing affordable housing loans
Encouraging self-building of houses
Improving access to shelter for poor
Establishing urban housing model
Financing housing for the poor
Improving services infrastructure in poor urban areas
Constructing from straw
Improving housing
Raising standards of abattoirs
Improving housing and penning of domestic animals
Maintaining library
Providing shelter
Implementing global strategy for shelter
Guardian of sacred place
Managing housed farm animals
Cultivating home gardens
Studying human habitat
Maintaining data bank
Providing legal security of tenure for housing tenants
Promoting realization of the right to adequate housing
Enhancing common tenant effort
Providing sanctuary for animals

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