UNITED NATIONS CONFERENCE  ON HUMAN SETTLEMENTS      Vancouver, 31 MAY -11 JUNE 1976                SUBMITTED BY: ASHLEY M...
“Mankind must not be daunted by the scale of the task ahead. There is needfor awareness of and responsibility for increase...
The initial decision to hold the Vancouver 1976conference was made by the GeneralAssembly in 1972, where the government of...
Population Growth             “ Are there any feasible             strategies and implementable             means, of brin...
REPRESENTATIVES FROM THE FOLLOWING STATES TOOK PART IN THE CONFERENCE:AFGHANISTAN, ALGERIA, ANGOLA, ARGENTINA, AUSTRALIA, ...
The International Labor Organization, the food and agriculture organizationof the united nations, the united nations educa...
“THERE IS A NEW WORLD IN THEMAKING. NO NATION CAN AFFORD ANY LONGER TO ISOLATE ITSELF    IN SELF CONTEMPLATION,  CLASPING ...
1976: One third of the entire urbanpopulation of the developing world livesin slums and squatter settlements.             ...
PHILIPPINE NATIONAL RAILWAYS SQUATTER SETTLEMENT
The Vancouver Declarationimproving the quality of life through more equitable distribution of development benefits, plannin...
PEACEFUL DIPLOMACY- INTERNATIONAL SOLUTIONS
The Vancouver Action Plan
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    1. 1. UNITED NATIONS CONFERENCE ON HUMAN SETTLEMENTS Vancouver, 31 MAY -11 JUNE 1976 SUBMITTED BY: ASHLEY MULLER
    2. 2. “Mankind must not be daunted by the scale of the task ahead. There is needfor awareness of and responsibility for increased activity of the nationalGovernments and international community , aimed at mobilization of economicresources, institutional changes and international solidarity.” - of the Declarationof Principles, resulting from the Vancouver Conference. The premise of this conference was to strive to create policy which would effectively reduce the destruction of human dignity and necessary environmental resources as the worldʼs population was projected to nearly double in size over the course of the next 25 years thereby creating an overpopulation crisis. VANCOUVER, 1976 IMAGE CREDIT: HTTP://VANCOUVER.CA/CTYCLERK/ARCHIVES/ABOUT/ANN1997.HTM
    3. 3. The initial decision to hold the Vancouver 1976conference was made by the GeneralAssembly in 1972, where the government ofCanada was accepted as the host country. ASecretary General, Enrique Penalosa ofColumbia, was appointed to the conference in Habitat founding figures, left to right, Enrique Penalosa, Michael Hayward,April of 1974 and served the important role of Darshan Johal, Peter Oberlander and Arcot Ramachandran, at the birth of the agency in 1978 Photo © Centredelegation and examination of countries prior for Human Settlements, University of British Colombiato the conference and submission of reports tothe General Assembly.
    4. 4. Population Growth “ Are there any feasible strategies and implementable means, of bringing population growth to an end without government coercion, war or epidemic?”
    5. 5. REPRESENTATIVES FROM THE FOLLOWING STATES TOOK PART IN THE CONFERENCE:AFGHANISTAN, ALGERIA, ANGOLA, ARGENTINA, AUSTRALIA, AUSTRIA, BAHAMAS, BAHRAIN, BANGLADESH, BARBADOS, BELGIUM, BENIN, BHUTAN, BOLIVIA, BOTSWANA, BRAZIL,BULGARIA, BURMA, BURUNDI, BYELORUSSIAN SSR, CANADA, CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC, CHAD, CHILE, COLUMBIA, CONGO, COSTA RICA, CUBA, CYPRUS, CZECHOSLOVAKIA, DEMOCRATIC YEMEN, DENMARK, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, ECUADOR, EGYPT, EL SALVADOR, FIJI, FINLAND, FRANCE, GABON, GAMBIA, GERMAN DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC, GERMANY (FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF), GHANA, GREECE, GRENADA, GUATEMALA, GUINEA-BISSAU,GUYANA, HAITI, HOLY SEE, HONDURAS, HUNGARY, INDIA, INDONESIA, IRAN, IRAQ, IRELAND, ISRAEL, ITALY, IVORY COAST, JAMAICA, JAPAN, JORDAN, KENYA, KUWAIT, LESOTHO, LIBERIA, LIBYAN ARABIC REPUBLIC, LUXEMBOURG, MADAGASCAR, MALAYSIA, MALI,MAURITANIA, MAURITIUS, MEXICO, MONACO, MONGOLIA, MOROCCO, MOZAMBIQUE, NEPAL, NETHERLANDS, NEW ZEALAND, NICARAGUA, NIGER, NIGERIA, NORWAY, OMAN, PAKISTAN, PANAMA, PAPUA NEW GUINEA, PARAGUAY, PERU, PHILIPPINES, POLAND, PORTUGAL, QATAR, REPUBLIC OF KOREA, ROMANIA, RWANDA, SAUDI ARABIA, SENEGAL, SIERRA LEONE, SINGAPORE, SOMALIA, SPAIN, SRI LANKA, SUDAN, SWAZILAND, SWEDEN, SWITZERLAND, SYRIAN ARAB REPUBLIC, THAILAND, TOGO, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO, TUNISIA, TURKEY, UGANDA, UKRAINIAN SSR, UNION OF SOVIET SOCIALIST REPUBLICS, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES, UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND, UNITED REPUBLIC OF CAMEROON, UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA, UNITED STATES OFAMERICA, UPPER VOLTA, URUGUAY, VENEZUELA, YEMEN, YUGOSLAVIA, ZAIRE AND ZAMBIA.
    6. 6. The International Labor Organization, the food and agriculture organizationof the united nations, the united nations educational, scientific and culturalorganization, the world health organization, the international bank forreconstruction and development and the world meteorological organization.3
    7. 7. “THERE IS A NEW WORLD IN THEMAKING. NO NATION CAN AFFORD ANY LONGER TO ISOLATE ITSELF IN SELF CONTEMPLATION, CLASPING TO ITS BREAST ITS POSSESSIONS IN DENIAL TOOTHERS ... WE HAVE ENTERED THE ERA OF A COMMUNITY OF INTEREST...” - PIERRE ELLIOT TRUDEAU, VANCOUVER 1976
    8. 8. 1976: One third of the entire urbanpopulation of the developing world livesin slums and squatter settlements. NAIROBI SLUMS CALCUTTA, INDIA
    9. 9. PHILIPPINE NATIONAL RAILWAYS SQUATTER SETTLEMENT
    10. 10. The Vancouver Declarationimproving the quality of life through more equitable distribution of development benefits, planning and regulating land use, protecting the environment, integrating women and youth, and rehabilitating people displaced by natural and man-made catastrophes.
    11. 11. PEACEFUL DIPLOMACY- INTERNATIONAL SOLUTIONS
    12. 12. The Vancouver Action Plan

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