COVID-19

Protecting residents of informal settlements

Global Director of The Shift and UN Special Rapporteur on the right to adequate housing Leilani Farha shares her recommendations for governments to protect the right to adequate housing for persons living in informal settlements as part of their response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Download the Guidance Note for Protecting Residents of Informal Settlements below.

COVID-19 Guidance Note_Protecting Residents of Informal Settlements_The Shift and UN SR on the right to housing

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