United Nations Human Settlements Program

The United Nations Human Settlements Program (UN-Habitat) promotes socially and environmentally sustainable cities. It is at the heart of all urbanization and human settlement issues in the United Nations system. UN Housing provides well-designed, well-organized and efficient cities and other human settlements with adequate housing, infrastructure and universal access to employment and basic services such as water, energy and sanitation. UN-Habitat integrates human rights into all aspects of its operational and regulatory functions. This includes working with the High Commissioner for Human Rights to promote the implementation of international conventions at the national, regional and local levels. The United Nations idea for the sustainable development of urban habitat focuses on the rule of law and the protection of vulnerable groups. The legislative work of the program focuses on the quality of justice, in particular its effectiveness in the implementation of policies and accountability, and includes: examining the current state of civil law in the world, the role of the civil law to facilitate good urban development. civil law methods and mechanisms for sustainable human development. UN-Habitat operates in more than 70 countries on five continents and focuses on seven areas: civil law, land and governance. urban planning and planning · urban economy; Basic municipal services Renovation of houses and slums · Risk reduction and rehabilitation · Urban research and capacity building.