Bridging the GAP: Urban Advocacy for Children and Youths

August 30th, 2015 United States of America


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The General Assembly of Partners (GAP) is the main vehicle for civil society and other stakeholders to organize and advocate ahead of Habitat III, next year’s major summit on urbanization. By necessity the GAP represents a wide range of interests, which have coalesced into 12 constituent groups. In the coming months, Citiscope will profile how these groups are preparing for the summit, with a focus on why sustainable urban development matters to the constituents of each.

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