Where there’s a will there’s a way: Vertical Partnerships for a Sustainable Future

Christopher Dekki| April 21st 2017|Categories: STRENGTHENING PARTNERSHIPS|Tags: , , , , , |

Christopher Dekki

Christopher Dekki

Policy Analysis and Advocacy Officer at Communitas Coalition
Christopher Dekki is the former Policy Analysis and Advocacy Officer of the Communitas Coalition. He now works with UN DESA Division for Sustainable Development in stakeholder engagement, especially around the review of the SDGs. For many years, he has been active in the UN policy advocacy work of youth organizations like the International Movement of Catholic Students, as well as the UN Major Group for Children and Youth. He is also an adjunct professor of political science at St. Joseph's College in New York City.
Christopher Dekki

The international community has come a long way when it comes to sustainable development. The next step is to continue the partnerships that helped create these frameworks and bring them down to the level of implementation.

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“Nobody plans for slums” – An interview with SDI’s Sarah Nandudu

URBANET| November 17th 2016|Categories: CREATING INCLUSIVE CITIES, HABITAT III & NEW URBAN AGENDA|Tags: , , , |

Slums and informal settlements are not just a matter of housing quality, they also affect the quality of life that people have, their health and their chances at a good education. At the Habitat III conference in Quito, URBANET talked to Sarah Nandudu, vice-chairperson of the National Slum Dwellers Federation of Uganda, about community building in slums, the responsibility of the New Urban Agenda, and what formal settlements can still learn from informal ones.

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