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Caracterizacin de las

actividades humanas en los


ecosistemas de las reas
urbanas
Dra. Marina Rosales Benites de Franco

Videos para tener en cuenta en su


proyecto de investigacin
La clase de hoy deben empezar viendo los siguientes
videos:5:00-5:20 hrs.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Br5aJa6MkBc
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P5gmurEinoo
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Y4RJHdIWQA

Ciudades equitativas
Quality education, opportunities for all, wage
increases, workers protection, and national public
transfers have contributed to a significant reduction
of INEQUALITY in cities.
Significant changes in attitudes and beliefs, cultural
transformations and the emergence of a new ethos with
more open, participatory and better informed, or, in other
words, more democratic societies, have also contributed, to
some extent and in a different way, to inequality reduction.

The effects of inequality at a social, economic and political level remain


largely unknown.

INEQUITY
In conjunction with other factors, inequality has exacerbated
problems of crime and security.
Inequality is being discussed in increasingly explicit terms in the
political arena. International debates, partisan discussions and
government plans and strategies refer increasingly to the concept.
Organized, and more educated, civil society understands the
relevance of equity and is advocating the development of a fairer
society. It is quite clear that the concept is becoming increasingly
prominent in development discourse and policies. However, the
debate on the way in which equity is defined, measured, promoted
and applied is still in its embryonic stages.
Governments could grant a specific status to citizens demand
for greater equality, through a more active social policy.

References
United Nations Human Settlements Programme - UNHabitat. (2016) Bi annual special edition submitted by
programme division to the 62nd Regular Meeting of the
Committee of permanent representatives to United
Nations Human Settlements Programme. Report June
2016. UN Habitat, Nairobi.
United Nations Human Settlements Programme - UNHabitat. (2016) Inclusive and Sustainable Urban
Planning: A Guide for Municipalities: Vol. 4: Sustainable
Action Planning. UN Habitat, Nairobi.