La conjunción de actores antagónicos en la gestión comunitaria: asentamientos urbanos precarios


  • Tomás Pérez Valecillos



In a more urbanized world, the urban development will depend in great measure on the administrative capacity of the cities, and on the active participation of their citizens. Therefore, the participation of the citizens and their human rights are critical aspects on an adequate city governability since it concentrates its attention in those that are actually excluded, and on those that do not have access to the social, economic, and political resources of the city. Because of it, the urban gorvernability aspire the cities to become more efficient, equivalent, secure and sustainable through participatory decisions, in which not only Estate and local Governments are involved, but also, the Civil Society (economic and social actors, communitarian institutions, mass media and technical aid).