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Building urban safety through slum upgrading. United Nations Human Settlements Programme.

By: United Nations Human Settlements Programme - UN HABITAT.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Nairobi : UN-HABITAT, 2011Description: 100 p. : ilustraciones.ISBN: 9789211323931.Subject(s): Sociología Urbana | Barrios Bajos -- Países en Desarrollo | Seguridad Ciudadana | Pobreza UrbanaDDC classification: 307.76
Contents:
An integrated upgrading initiative by Municipal Authorities. Safety and security in settlement upgrading: the case of Papua New Guinea. Assessment of safety and security issues in slum upgrading initiatives: Nairobi case study. Assessment of safety and security issues in slum upgrading initiaves: the case of Favela Bairro, Río de Janeiro. Local Partnerships for urban poverty alleviation project (LPUPAP), Bangladesh. Safety and security in slum upgrading: LPUPAP, Bangladesh. List of key persons interviewed. Assessment of safety and security in upgrading initiatives: Building urban safety though urban planning and management: conclusions and recommendations for future policy.
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An integrated upgrading initiative by Municipal Authorities. Safety and security in settlement upgrading: the case of Papua New Guinea. Assessment of safety and security issues in slum upgrading initiatives: Nairobi case study. Assessment of safety and security issues in slum upgrading initiaves: the case of Favela Bairro, Río de Janeiro. Local Partnerships for urban poverty alleviation project (LPUPAP), Bangladesh. Safety and security in slum upgrading: LPUPAP, Bangladesh. List of key persons interviewed. Assessment of safety and security in upgrading initiatives: Building urban safety though urban planning and management: conclusions and recommendations for future policy.

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