Source : https://www.un.org/development/desa/en/
This meeting was convened to discuss about Frist home adequate housing and the specific topic was Evidence – based Policy Recommendations Supporting Family Formation and Adequate Housing.
Professor Stern of Business School Cabral Stressed that the right to housing is interdependent with other socio-economic human rights. Mr. Cabral said Good neighborhoods nurture success a key point and talked about the importance of relationship between lower-poverty neighborhoods and higher-poverty neighborhoods.
Ms. Ferrari stressed about How to make policy. She said housing policy should be supported through fundraising and that the UN should provide guidelines on public relations and social welfare. And also, she stressed house condition for young people such as share houses and rental houses.
Mr. Luiz emphasized the role of local government, focusing on the problems of the cities. Over all, many speakers stressed about the role of government and organization and demanded immediate response from them.
Meeting : CSocD58-IFFD Briefing: Our Frist Home Adequate Housing
Date/Location : Tuesday 13th February 2020, 13:15 to 14:30, Conferenceroom12, United Nations Headquarter, New York, NY
Mr. Mario Armella – World President of the International Federation for Family Development
Mr. Azril Abd Aziz – Minister Counselor, Permanent Mission of Malaysia to the Untied Nations
Luis M. B. Cabral – Stern School of Business of New York University
Mr. lgnacio Socias – Director of International Relations at IFFD
Ms. Francesca de Ferrari – Programme Management Officer at UN-Habitat, New York
Mr. Luiz Alvaro Sales Aguiar de Menezes – Secretary for International Affairs at the Municipality of Sao Paulo
Written by : WIT Representative, Sungyeon You