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Sheikhi M, Ramezani S. A Comparative Study of the Key Axis of the Conference on Human Settlement for a Better Future (Habitat II, I and III). JFCV 2020; 1 (1) :1-16
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1- Associate Professor of Urban Planning,Faculty of Social Sciences, Allameh Tabataba'i University
2- Master's Degree, Urban Planning, Faculty of Social Sciences, Allameh Tabataba'i University , ssr.ramezani@gmail.com
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The rapid pace of urbanization and its effects call for the efforts of the United Nations Housing Authority to create a better urban environment and adequate housing. One of the most important steps in achieving this vision is to hold conferences over a period of 20 years, with a view to achieving new urban agendas. In the proposed plans, the discussion of housing as one of the main factors has always been considered by planners and in order to improve the situation of settlements in each period, new strategies are used. This descriptive-analytical study, while examining the background and objectives of Habitat conferences, presents the principles and program of their implementation. Then, based on the extracted framework, a comparative comparison of policies and action plans in the form of the main axes of sustainable development is done. Finally, in order to summarize and evaluate strategic plans in specific formats, solutions to improve the performance of plans in the field of implementation are presented. The results showed that in terms of sustainability, economic competitiveness, urban planning and housing, there has been a change in approach towards holism. Finally, although there is no understanding of the emerging conditions and challenges of cities, urbanization opportunities should be considered as the engine of economic, social and environmental development. There have to be an urban mindset to mobilize global communities to focus on all aspects of the settlement, from the smallest rural areas to metropolitan areas. This requires futuristic thinking about the challenges of human habitation at the micro and macro levels.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Geography and Urban Planning
Received: 2019/07/11 | Accepted: 2020/04/29

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