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Addressing land issues is key to laying the foundation of sound urban development. Find out more about the consequences of either lack of or excessive regulations, as well as UN-Habitat's approach to address the land challenges.
Energy is needed for urban development, but current reliance on fossil fuels brings up a number of challenges such as pollution and depletion of resources. UN-Habitat therefore helps cities to develop sustainable energy action plans.
Despite the increasing level of urban mobility worldwide, access to places has become increasingly difficult, and dependency on cars and other motorized transport is growing. Read more about today's mobility challenges and how UN-Habitat is addressing them.
60% of all urban residents in developing countries have been victims of crime at least once over the past five years. Read more about safety in urban areas and about how UN-Habitat is addressing this challenge.
The world has witnessed an increasing series of disasters which have resulted in the dramatic loss of human life, and the destruction of homes and infrastructure. Learn more about UN-Habitat's reconstruction work and solutions.
Cities are not only one of the main causes of climate change but are also heavily vulnerable to the consequences. Find out more about why and how cities should address climate change, and how UN-Habitat can help.
By 2030, as many as 60% of all urban dwellers will be under the age of 18. Find out more about youth and the challenges they are facing, as well as UN-Habitat's initiatives and solutions for the younger generation.
إن حقوق الإنسان، والتي تتضمن الحق في السكن الملائم والمياه الآمنة والصرف الصحي، منصوص عليها في الإعلان العالمي لحقوق الإنسان. والصكوك الدولية لحقوق الإنسان، ومنها العهد الدولي للحقوق الإقتصادية والإجتماعية والثقافية والذي صادق عليه معظم الدول الأعضاء بالأمم المتحدة. ومع إقرار هذه الحقوق لا يكون لها طابع طوعي، فإنها تفرض إلتزامات على الدول والمجتمع الدولي، […]