An Exemplary New Urban Agenda Policy for Financing Towns and Cities and Solid Progress on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals
source link The UN Human Settlements Program, commonly referred to as UN-Habitat, is the UN’s primary agency dealing with urban development. It focuses on adopting policies and actions to create more livable cities, ensure adequate, affordable housing for all, eliminate poverty, improve infrastructure and provide basic services for those living in urban communities.
ايش اسم البرنامج الي يطلع اسعارالذهب ارتفع او نزل The IU’s UN NGO team, having consultative status with ECOSOC, participated in the Urban Dialogues on Financing Urban Development and on Access to Decent Housing and Public Spaces; held a Side Event at and contributed to the development of the Political Declaration issued by the European High Level Regional Conference; responded to the Issue Paper on Municipal Finance; gave substantive input during the Local Authorities Session; and presented a Side Event at the Habitat III global conference in Quito. Undoubtedly our participation in these proceedings has helped to shape the interest in and understanding of the many benefits of Land Value Capture and Taxation policies.
بي دي إف الفوركس للمبتدئينشروط اسهم بنك وربه The IU has launched an initiative to assist mayors and other public officials who may want to implement land value based public finance in order to achieve sustainable development goals and implement the New Urban Agenda.
enter site If you are a mayor or other public official we hereby invite you to work with our team of policy experts to determine the potential benefits and impacts of a land value taxation / land value capture system of public finance for your municipality. We are offering, on a pro bono basis, to help you develop a policy implementation plan. Through engagement with our team you will find out how this public finance approach can fund infrastructure, education and other public goods while also addressing poverty, wealth inequality and the need for adequate, affordable housing for all.