How can our planning contribute to more inclusive cities?
"Inclusiveness in cities and urban areas is promoted when all city inhabitants enjoy their rights, have access to improved services in inclusive built environments and public spaces, and participate in social, economic and cultural activities and progress. It can only be fulfilled when citizens take part in decision processes that are important to their lives and the built environment in which they live as well as in the formation and maintenance of their environments."
In Roudaina Al Khani (2012). Planning for more inclusive cities. Conference Paper in IFHP 56 World Congress 2012 Inclusive Cities in a Global World, Gothenburg, Sweden. International Federation for Housing and Planning.
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