Islands of Integrity™: Replicating La Paz’s Successful Anti-corruption Experience

By |2019-08-02T10:01:39+02:00August 1st 2019|urban & metropolitan governance, , , , |

How can cities effectively tackle corruption? Through a transformative process that involves those who are part of the problem, argue Ronald MacLean Abaroa and Ana Vasilache, who have developed their own successful anti-corruption methodology.

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Gender equity and land ownership in Bolivia

By |2017-10-14T15:25:54+02:00March 13th 2017|basic infrastructure & housing, housing & informality, , , , , , |

In Bolivia, up until recently only men were recognised in titles of land ownership. If these men passed away or left, their wives or partners legally had no rights to the land and property they lived on. To change this, Habitat for Humanity International started a campaign to legally recognise women as land owners in Bolivia.

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