Roundtable discussion: Urban Regeneration: Social Value Creation
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Urban social protection policies represent a powerful instrument for addressing urban poverty and inequalities along with national urban and housing policies. According to the World Cities Report 2022 of UN-Habitat, three pillars should be prioritized: social protection for informal workers, which constitute most of the employment in developing cities; adequate urban housing for all; and access to essential public services in currently marginalized urban areas.


Mr. Javier Torner, Programme Management Officer, Planning Finance and Economy, UN-Habitat

Opening Speech:

Hon. Ms. Fatma Varank, Deputy Minister for the Ministry of Environment, Urbanisation and Climate Change, Türkiye


Mr. Ömer Bulut, Mass Housing Development Administration (TOKI), Türkiye

Mr. Abdelouahed Fikrat, Founder and manager of the Integral Advice Sarl company, Morocco

Prof. Carlos Moreno, 15 Minute City Global Initiative, Paris-Sorbonne University, Paris

Mr. Stanley Anigbogu, CEO and Founder of Artechubs, Nigeria

Ms. Marilia Dantas, Secretary of Infrastructure, City Hall of Recife, Brazil

Mr. Lim Jian Yi, Think City, Malaysia