11. gestion de proyectos - nayoka martinez

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11. gestion de proyectos - nayoka martinez

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  2. 2. Inclusive  Public  Spaces  –  integral  to  Sustainable  Urban   Development   NAYOKA  MARTINEZ-­‐BÄCKSTRÖM   Networking  Officer,  SUD-­‐Net   Global  Division,  UN-­‐HABITAT     22  November  2011,  San  Cristobal  de  las  Casas,  Chiapas,  Mexico      
  3. 3. Our  mandate   UN-­‐HABITAT  is   the  “city  agency”   of  the  United   NaIons   UN-­‐HABITAT  is  promoIng  sustainable  urbanisaIon  created  by   ciIes  and  regions  that  provide  all  ciIzens  with  adequate   shelter,  services,  security  and  employment  opportuniIes,   regardless  of  age,  sex  and  social  strata.  3
  4. 4. Consider  the  following  trends   By 2050, 70% of The world reached the world this population population will be mark on October living in urban 2011 areas Latin America and the Caribbean will be the most urban region in the world by 2050 Source:  State  of  the   World  CiIes,  2010  4
  5. 5. To  be  relevant,  we  adapt  and  change   The  prosperity  of  naIons  is  inImately  linked   to  the  prosperity  of  ciIes.  No  country  has   ever  achieved  sustained  economic  growth   and  rapid  social  development  without   urbanizing.   Commission  on  Growth  and  Development,  2009   "“We need to re-think the urban agenda and to adopt a new approach to the huge urbanization challenge. It is time for urban policies beyond housing policies we have had in the past years. Our future cities must generate wealth, equity and freedom.” Dr.  Joan  Clos,  Execu2ve  Director,  UN-­‐HABITAT  5
  6. 6. A  new  approach  and  value  we  promote   City-­‐building   through  urban   planning,  focused   on  public  space  and   with  the  ciIzens  at   the  centre.  6
  7. 7. Public  spaces  advances  a  different  version  of     developing  ciIes  by  drawing  on  the  right  to  the  city     -­‐  as  a  site  of  social  encounter  and  social  division,     as  a  field  of  poliIcs  and  power,     as  a  plaTorm  for  economic  endeavour,     as  a  symbolic  and  material  landscape,  and     as  a  realm  of  everyday  experience.   Social      PoliIcal      Economic      Environmental      Cultural      AestheIc  7
  8. 8. Why  public  spaces?   Mechanism  for  diverse   groups  to  parIcipate  in  what   is  a  relaIvely  level  playing   field  for  decision-­‐making.   Enhancements  in  public   space  can  significantly   sImulate  investment  and   employment.   Can  quickly  result  in   improvements  that  are  highly   visible  and  immediately   accessible  by  the  people.8
  9. 9. EssenIal  elements   Important   Critical role of local Public   authorities Service   Ownership. Small, cost-effective Community   activities resulting in appropriaIon   significant change. Cohesion, social Emphasis on needs of on integration, children, youth, elderly. sustainability Participatory processes.9
  10. 10. UN-­‐Habitat  ResoluIon  on  public  spaces   The  58  member  states  of  UN-­‐Habitat  adopted  a  ResoluIon  on  Public  Space   on  April  2011.     Gives  UN-­‐HABITAT  a  poliIcal  mandate     •  to  work  with  municipal  authoriIes,  central  governments,  private   investors,  urban  poor  organizaIons,  professional  associaIons  and  NGOs   to  promote  the  development  of  public  spaces   •  focus  on  ciIes  of  the  Global  South.     •  to  integrate  pilot  iniIaIves  into  the  global,  regional  and  naIonal   networks  associated  with  the  World  Urban  Forum,  the  World  Urban   Campaign  and  the  Sustainable  Urban  Development  Network  (SUD-­‐Net).     •  To  promote  networking  to  facilitate  peer-­‐exchanges  and  sharing  of   innovaIve  approaches  and  pracIces.      10
  11. 11. How  we  will  do  it   Institutional partnerships Nairobi Cairo Accra Network Mumbai Pilot on projects public SUD-Net Mexico City spaces! Rio de Janeiro Johannesburg! Knowledge! management & sharing! "#$# %&()*+,!-./!0&/*-1!%&)2*&3!!11
  12. 12. A  proposed  conInued  collaboraIon  with  SEDESOL  on  the   program  for  recovery  of  public  spaces   DocumentaIon  of  the  Mexico  experience  for   wider  sharing  and  city  learning   Assistance  in  the  next  strategic  stage  of  the   Mexico  public  space  recovery  program   City-­‐to-­‐city  collaboraIon   Membership  in  the  internaIonal  network  for   public  spaces   Campaign  and  showcasing  at  the  World  Urban   Forum  6,  Sept.  2012  12

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