women from different faith travelled to their religous leaders to discuss their property rights
SAFP encourages you to participate in our Youth for Women and Habitat Campaign. As a launch event, SAFP is partnering up with other Habitat rights and Women’s rights organisations to organise a Claim your City by Night walk. All are welcome to join, the more the merrier!
– You want to have a good time
– You are sensitive to, or willing to learn about women and habitat issues
– You want to get involved, be it for one night, one week, one year, your life!
So please pass on the word!
Should you have questions about participating or on organising a similar event in your own city, don’t hesitate to contact me :
PRESENTATION ON INCLUSIVE PLANNING AND ARCHITECTURE
IN DELHI AND KOCHI, August 17th 2010
Third Floor, Construction Yard, Faculty of Architecture & Ekistics, Jamia Millia Islamia
This presentation and discussion to be held at Jamia Millia Islamia has been organized in follow-up to the July 22nd and 23rd workshop on inclusive planning and architecture in Delhi. It had provided the orientation for architecture students from Barcelona to work in cooperation with JMI students, staff and SAFP with support from UPC CCD Barcelona on the design of inclusive sustainable development areas in Delhi and Kochi.
1. DEVELOPMENT OF THE PROJECT
Over the last three weeks, the Spanish students split up into two groups, one of which worked in Delhi on the Okhla district, and the other on the Edakochi district of Kochi. The Delhi group worked in teams with architecture students from JMI on three different areas within Okhla: Batla House, Haji Colony and Abul Fazal, with the help of the local government organization for women, I.e Mission Convergence and Cequin, Muslim Women Forum, Zakir Hussain Memorial Society, Muslim Women’s Organisation, Aman trust in Delhi and The Edakochi group worked with Inspiration, Habitat and Kudumbashree, worked on two wards within the district: ward 15 and 16.
In both locations, the students, with the help of local staff conducted focus group discussions with local women’s self-help groups to understand the cultural traditions, the kind of economic activities women participate in, how they spend their income, what are the obstacles they face on a day to day basis, and what are their dreams and aspirations.
Building Positive Partnerships: Capacity Development of gender advocates supporting and promoting increased access and control of resource rights by excluded women groups
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