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  • 1000 vendors against $1000 fines demonstration 16th February at the City Hall at 12 p.m.
    to demonstrate against 1000 fines levied on street vendors on 16th February at the City Hall at 12 p m New York City vendors receive exorbitant fines for minor violations that have nothing to do with health or safety Violations such as having licence in your pocket instead of on display having boxes beside your table being one foot too close to the crosswalk and so on accumulate to become 1000 each or more This system puts hardworking vendors out of work Their main demands are Lower 1000 fines Change the way the charges escalate World Class Cities for All Brazil Portuguese Blog There is also a portuguese version of the Blog where one can access personal updates on news and events It can be found on this link http streetnetbrasil wordpress com Latest Additions Cambodian Trade Unions oppose adoption of a new Trade Union Law Online crowd funding a new experiment of StreetNet International StreetNet affiliate from Azerbaijan helps street vendors in villages and promotes ILO Recommendation 204 Free Trade Unions of Ukraine marked a World Day for Decent Work Nothing for us Without Us NewsBox INDIA DP is irreparable scrap it say activists Times of India 10 April 2015 TANZANIA College plans to identify trade opportunities for hawkers Daily News 10 April 2015 by Ludovick Kazoka INDIA No street vendors cycle rickshaws in Lajpat Nagar market NGT Zee News 8 April 2015 by PTI New Delhi BOTSWANA EDD is the way to go Mmegi Online 8 April 2015 USA Five Courses Hawkers street food flair more Creative Loafing Tampa Bay 8 April 2015 by Meaghan Habuda INDIA Hawkers may be allowed near Rishi Kapoor Anil Ambani s Pali Hill residences DNA India 8 April 2015 by Amrita Nayak Dutta ABU DHABI Abu Dhabi Municipality raid scares away street

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  • Message of Support to NASVI National Campaign for a Central Law
    India a Law which will recognise the value of their work a Law which will guarantee their fundamental social and labour rights a Law which will promote Decent Work for All If this proposed Law is achieved by NASVI which we sincerely hope will be the case it will be a magnificent precedent for StreetNet affiliates who with this example of the strategy and struggle of NASVI to inspire them will also struggle together to achieve a Law to guarantee justice for the street vendors in every country of each of us This 20th January FEDEVAL congratulates and supports NASVI INDIA Long live the street vendors day in India Viva Nasvi Viva Fedeval Viva Streetnet International LIMA PERU Executive Council FEDEVAL World Class Cities for All Brazil Portuguese Blog There is also a portuguese version of the Blog where one can access personal updates on news and events It can be found on this link http streetnetbrasil wordpress com Latest Additions Cambodian Trade Unions oppose adoption of a new Trade Union Law Online crowd funding a new experiment of StreetNet International StreetNet affiliate from Azerbaijan helps street vendors in villages and promotes ILO Recommendation 204 Free Trade Unions of Ukraine marked a World Day for Decent Work Nothing for us Without Us NewsBox INDIA DP is irreparable scrap it say activists Times of India 10 April 2015 TANZANIA College plans to identify trade opportunities for hawkers Daily News 10 April 2015 by Ludovick Kazoka INDIA No street vendors cycle rickshaws in Lajpat Nagar market NGT Zee News 8 April 2015 by PTI New Delhi BOTSWANA EDD is the way to go Mmegi Online 8 April 2015 USA Five Courses Hawkers street food flair more Creative Loafing Tampa Bay 8 April 2015 by Meaghan Habuda INDIA Hawkers may be allowed near

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  • NASVI National Day of Action for a Central Law for Street Vendors - 20th January
    agreed in principle to introduce the Central Law in Parliament NASVI is now seeking to ensure that the law provides the strongest protections possible for street vendors Streetnet International Coordinator Pat Horn has written to NASVI to support the national day of action She stated in her letter dated 15th January StreetNet supports the position of NASVI that the law should be comprehensive and effective in ensuring a secure and dignified livelihood for all street vendors in India Pat Horn commented today The NASVI campaign for the adoption of a Central Law in India is an integral part of the StreetNet s New Manifesto campaign If the Law in India is passed it will be a significant precedent for many other countries around the world who are considering a review of their own legal frameworks and policies towards street vendors We are requesting all our affiliates to send letters of support to put pressure on the Government of India to ensure the best outcomes for vendors in India and indeed for all street vendors World Class Cities for All Brazil Portuguese Blog There is also a portuguese version of the Blog where one can access personal updates on news and events It can be found on this link http streetnetbrasil wordpress com Latest Additions Cambodian Trade Unions oppose adoption of a new Trade Union Law Online crowd funding a new experiment of StreetNet International StreetNet affiliate from Azerbaijan helps street vendors in villages and promotes ILO Recommendation 204 Free Trade Unions of Ukraine marked a World Day for Decent Work Nothing for us Without Us NewsBox INDIA DP is irreparable scrap it say activists Times of India 10 April 2015 TANZANIA College plans to identify trade opportunities for hawkers Daily News 10 April 2015 by Ludovick Kazoka INDIA No street

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  • Argentina: Vendors' organisations negotiate successful outcomes at La Salada Market in Buenos Aires
    old and rusting metal bridge which posed a serious risk Without a negotiated solution we could not have managed to carry out this transfer in a peaceful manner We have the police force here but they are not armed commented Juan Jose Mussi Chief of ACUMAR the government environmental agency Over the last few months the National Chamber of Commerce CAME has been carrying out a ferocious campaign against the new market claiming it was an extravagant misuse of taxpayers money and calling for the repeal of the law which permits street vending In fact the CAME campaign has turned against them as it highlighted the problems facing street vendors Now we have been able to negotiate permits for 15 more new markets so that our affiliates will finally be able to work in dignity However the struggle has not ended as CAME continues to call for the eradication of street vending We have a very busy year ahead of us Oscar Silva added This peaceful transfer contrasts starkly with the scenes of brutal police tactics to clear the streets in La Bras market in the centre of Sao Paolo Brazil a few months earlier http streetnet campaigns blogspot com 2012 01 normal 0 false false false en us x none html World Class Cities for All Brazil Portuguese Blog There is also a portuguese version of the Blog where one can access personal updates on news and events It can be found on this link http streetnetbrasil wordpress com Latest Additions Cambodian Trade Unions oppose adoption of a new Trade Union Law Online crowd funding a new experiment of StreetNet International StreetNet affiliate from Azerbaijan helps street vendors in villages and promotes ILO Recommendation 204 Free Trade Unions of Ukraine marked a World Day for Decent Work Nothing for

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  • WCCA Brazil- CUT calls for amendment to the General Law on the World Cup to support street vendors
    activities of autonomous street vendors who possess authorisations and or registration in the respective municipality to undertake street trade CUT justifies this proposed amendment by citing the Federal Constitution which protects acquired rights and the right to free exercise of a profession Other proposed amendments forwarded for consideration of the Special Commission include full guarantees for the right to demonstrate and strike respect for the collective agreements and a clause stipulating that all suppliers and service providers of the World Cup will require a Certificate guaranteeing that they are not using forced labour child labour or other forms of degrading work CUT is also proposing that a number of tickets be reserved at reduced rates for low income groups including indigenous peoples and construction workers who had been working on the stadium renovations http streetnet campaigns blogspot com 2012 01 wcca brazil cut calls for amendment to html World Class Cities for All Brazil Portuguese Blog There is also a portuguese version of the Blog where one can access personal updates on news and events It can be found on this link http streetnetbrasil wordpress com Latest Additions Cambodian Trade Unions oppose adoption of a new Trade Union Law Online crowd funding a new experiment of StreetNet International StreetNet affiliate from Azerbaijan helps street vendors in villages and promotes ILO Recommendation 204 Free Trade Unions of Ukraine marked a World Day for Decent Work Nothing for us Without Us NewsBox INDIA DP is irreparable scrap it say activists Times of India 10 April 2015 TANZANIA College plans to identify trade opportunities for hawkers Daily News 10 April 2015 by Ludovick Kazoka INDIA No street vendors cycle rickshaws in Lajpat Nagar market NGT Zee News 8 April 2015 by PTI New Delhi BOTSWANA EDD is the way to go Mmegi Online

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  • CTCP-FNT and the Federation of traffic light workers’ press conference.
    traffic light vendors in a derogative and demeaning way The comrades said they feel proud to be self employed and pointed out that workers from these places have contributed to the national economy and stability and governability of the country despite having been prosecuted and penalized for selling in public spaces Traffic light workers made a direct request to the candidate to withdraw the advertisement because they felt offended and denigrated by seeing their work as negative and harmful for the country They emphasized that their jobs have managed to provide education health and bring food to their homes in an honest manner World Class Cities for All Brazil Portuguese Blog There is also a portuguese version of the Blog where one can access personal updates on news and events It can be found on this link http streetnetbrasil wordpress com Latest Additions Cambodian Trade Unions oppose adoption of a new Trade Union Law Online crowd funding a new experiment of StreetNet International StreetNet affiliate from Azerbaijan helps street vendors in villages and promotes ILO Recommendation 204 Free Trade Unions of Ukraine marked a World Day for Decent Work Nothing for us Without Us NewsBox INDIA DP is irreparable scrap it say activists Times of India 10 April 2015 TANZANIA College plans to identify trade opportunities for hawkers Daily News 10 April 2015 by Ludovick Kazoka INDIA No street vendors cycle rickshaws in Lajpat Nagar market NGT Zee News 8 April 2015 by PTI New Delhi BOTSWANA EDD is the way to go Mmegi Online 8 April 2015 USA Five Courses Hawkers street food flair more Creative Loafing Tampa Bay 8 April 2015 by Meaghan Habuda INDIA Hawkers may be allowed near Rishi Kapoor Anil Ambani s Pali Hill residences DNA India 8 April 2015 by Amrita Nayak Dutta ABU

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  • StreetNet International meeting on Street vendors and informal traders living with disabilty
    through inclusive creative social dialogue Find out extent of social labour inclusion of street vendors in economy Introduce street vendors representatives into tripartite negotiations Know the situation of street vendors in other countries where StreetNet has affiliates and actions that the organisations are doing about this situation in the different countries this was covered by Affiliates Report compiled by organisers for International Council Activity 2 challenges of organising workers with disability GROUP 1 English speaking Organising is process of bringing people together to have common goal and objectives build power to fight and protect rights and interests to have united voice power in numbers orderly representation to achieve goals to fight for recognition to fight for rights to wage class struggle lobby advocate for favourable legislative environment pool resources together protect ourselves to be a family Disability doesn t mean anything different in organising just added fight against social isolation and disability stigma But in organising there may be different requirements Challenges Opportunities Stigma of isolation Legal frameworks can be leveraged Discrimination Working without harassment in some areas where special provisions Different category Special policies e g duty free Not catered for in public services e g toilets Most disabled people very intelligent Culture barriers Rape abuse No capacity to handle Exploitation by politicians Lack of self defence Lack of representation GROUP 2 Nepali speaking Unity power to disseminate people s protection of profession propagate unity of unorganised Demand security of life equity equality with rights freedom vote for fundamental rights and defeat opposition for decent work to urge policies re profession dignity social security Able bodied street vendors have tried to organise disabled vendors as well Encouraged everybody to think about them Tried to bring equity between able bodied disabled street vendors but there are differences in society who don t regard them as equal Disabled street vendors sometimes get more consideration than able bodied Special initiatives to provide disabled with wheelchairs or depending on type of disability Challenges Opportunities Difficult to have participation of disabled in programmes can t cater very well Common problems with able bodied workers No fixed rules regulations or policies Disabled and able bodied not regarded by govt as workers but criminals No facilities all street vendors Lack of awareness of rights of all street vendors specially women GROUP 3 Spanish speaking Terminology differently capacitated We organise in order to end anarchy Creation maintenance of order Unite people with common objectives or common problems for common necessities to defend social collective rights Don t organise in different form but give particular attention and services Challenges Opportunities Accelerate prevention and help women Priority Accelerate capacity building Educate them especially women to be good mothers wives GROUP 4 French speaking French document translation very unclear and confusing Organisation is collective structure to group people to defend common interests organising is process of grouping people for purpose of achieving common objectives Street vendors organise themselves to defend their rights and interests For disabled street vendors the context differs Their rights are even less respected than other street vendors So need is even greater to be organised Their need for inclusion in society and among street vendors is even greater Challenges Opportunities Social exclusion Potential new members Poor methods of approach Special programmes can be developed for integration in all activities Understanding specific category of marginalisation PRESENTATION see annexure QUESTIONS DISCUSSION KENASVIT doesn t organise all people with disabilities only those who are street vendors market vendors How do they integrate them in membership They don t have to pay taxes Do disabled people pay membership fees How many female members They pay registration fees Membership is 20 shillings per month and 10 shillings for registered members as incentive to register KENASVIT uses StreetNet policy if Chair is man Vice has to be a woman all the way down different levels 50 quota Do disabled get chance of participating in disbursement of funds e g loans etc Yes they are involved at different levels of fund management to ensure that disabled benefit from such opportunities In Migori alliance they have an organisation specifically of disabled and they get special govt funds to their group KENASVIT can t handle the funds on their behalf What is percentage of disabled persons in KENASVIT 20 altogether majority in Nairobi and 3 other Urban Alliances Asked about the special market in Nairobi for disabled Not specifically for persons with disability but this particular market accommodates more than 1000 persons with disability in one town and has special access facilities sheds and parking for wheelchairs What is relationship between disabled and able bodied street vendors Basically they are competitors which has to do with business dynamics not question of disability so able bodied vendor has advantage over disabled when it comes to business competition In Nepal they are trying to encourage workers with disability to join unions like everybody else KENASVIT also has the same approach Organising mechanism KENASVIT used them to display their wares and they came in big numbers employment opportunity How does KENASVIT sensitise their able bodied members Make comparison between street vendors marginalisation and disabled peoples marginalisation So they get disabled peoples reps to talk to their members Jalile urged the house to encourage KENASVIT in their work People with disabilities are more united that able bodied street vendors in Guinee Started talking about beggars who have too many children so she doesn t think able bodied people can work with disabled Maina said you have to have patience when you are organising difficult sectors like this In Niger have too many disabled people they have special organisation for disabled people doing different trades in each district of Niamey KENASVIT said all enforcers must be people with disability COMMENT Challenge some comments are sounding like comments people make about foreigners in context of discussions about xenophobia or formal sector workers about informal economy Need to check ourselves when we talk about workers in this sector and our preparedness to organise them RECAPTURE of PREVIOUS DAY Sandra StreetNet wants to give attention to street vendors with disability and make policies about it Some of StreetNet affiliates are not paying attention to this We learnt about how those organisations who are doing this are working and we have learnt some new issues Peter language issue how this developed in Kenya Disabled people PWD and physically challenged No longer use disabled people Legal mechanisms put in place by Kenya government Presentation of expectations Majority are fortunately in line with the workshop aims objectives President added that laws covering street vendors in all countries should be improved and added his expectation of consolidating a global union of street vendors Activity 3 organising disabled street vendors in different countries Issues emerging identified by Monica at end of role plays Physically challenged are not always interested in belonging to orgs could be for lack of understanding or bad experience External causes prejudices about what it is to be organised Lack of clear plans how to help them No willingness to communicate because situation is complex Different sections can t communicate with each other deaf blind physically challenged etc Relation to society s problem as a whole with this sector Most street vendors organisations are stretched capacity wise so it is hard for them to cater for people with disabilities More vulnerable to crime drug addiction alcoholism Lack of information about what they need Avoid being patronising instead of talking about what they need Importance of unity By starting to talk about it already starting to resolve problem Activity 4 developing a StreetNet policy Dos DONTs Identify analyse percentages of workers with disabilities in our organisations Discriminate by words e g use word disabled Implement special programmes for our members with different capacities Discriminate by gestures Raise awareness and build capacity among our members to eliminate discrimination in the organisation against members with different capacities Discriminate by actions e g activities which exclude them Create a data base of experiences laws and standards in different countries regarding workers with different capacities Marginalise vendors with disabilities Recognise different kinds of disability and some disabilities aren t necessarily easily seen Stigmatise or use offensive language Initiate and organise meetings to hear their needs Stereotype the disabled Be patient and understanding Act aggressively Create conditions to accommodate vendors with disabilities Stay alone Train vendors with disabilities to become organisers and represent themselves Leave vendors vulnerable on streets Advocate and lobby for policies to improve their conditions Organise for personal benefits Appropriate method of approach Create minority organisations Identify partners Trust enemies Intermediaries and support personnel to facilitate participation Treat those with disability differently Integrate vendors with disability into our organisations Discriminate according to kind of work Organise be united Discriminate by physical incapacity Look at collective benefits Gender discrimination Respect majority of members Abuse power Trust unions Suppress others Equal treatment Respect for everybody s labour Respect for disabled people Gender equality Leadership to take responsibility Develop national policy GROUP 1 English speaking Sensitisation through training workshops Involve people with disabilities in lobbying advocacy Involvement without discrimination Celebrate relevant international holidays Encourage people with disabilities to be part of organisational leadership requirement i e quota ZCIEA have involved people with disabilities from grassroots to national leadership now have housing coops for people with disabilities Ghana people with disabilities have their own organisation and Ghana StreetNet Alliance also working with disabled vendors KENASVIT formed Council addressing disability in the organisation and promoted favourable laws MUFIS has succeeded in having people with disabilities having equal involvement in leadership and activities of the organisation Now easier to organise people with disabilities and their needs are better represented Street Vendors Project in USA has a policy of offering help so that people with disabilities don t have to ask for help Stigma has decreased GROUP 2 Nepali speaking Treat disabled as differently capacitated i e respect and utilise their capacities Use respectful language Education members that those with disability are the same Progressive education Create awareness about importance of unions Encourage members with disability Have benefits for disabled members e g facilities and discounts Give members opportunities Affirmative action policies to encourage disabled people in leadership Kenya various opportunities for people with disability with good impact Korea none of their government s street vendors policies are successful Some countries have legal provisions to improve access for people with disabilities hospitals etc Nepal disability grants GROUP 3 Spanish speaking Explain to members that all people should have same rights irrespective of religion disability etc Recruit people with disabilities as members and give them priority Standards and laws of protection for people with disabilities country Special programmes for people with disability Argentina GROUP 4 French speaking Organise talks conferences debates training sessions for members Maintain spirit of solidarity among members Put in place follow up committees Put in place a policy approach Initiate income generating activities and social solidarity economy initiatives Impact growth of membership restoration of trust social integration attention to needs POLICY RESOLUTION elements 1 Equality not discrimination 2 Inclusive promotive and friendly 3 Conducive not oppressive 4 Celebrate difference and treat difference as positive 5 Promote education including at national level 6 Inclusive policy of all street vendors in the world 7 Continuous awareness and technical education programmes 8 Pressure groups in all countries to have policies and laws in favour of people with disability 9 Regulations in favour of people with disabilities 10 No gender discrimination 11 Language must not be discriminatory use term people with different capacity 12 Fight for inclusion in urban planning buildings and transport 13 Sensitise members through training workshops involving them in lobbying advocacy 14 Engaging members with disabilities in organisational activities without discrimination 15 StreetNet to support affiliates who organise vendors with disabilities 16 Training education lobbying advocacy campaigns on themes connected with disability Next week circulate draft policy for further comment Participatory policy with participation of majority of affiliates Thanks and closure participants interpreters admin staff hosts NEST GEFONT esp for wonderful cultural evening Penultimate word by Anastasie participants NEST and interpreters bon voyage Final word by Oscar sentimental farewell wished participants good journeys home good work in new challenge of inclusion of street vendors with disability in our activities with purpose of ending discrimination and including ALL kinds of vendors in organisations He gave two Argentinian flags with StreetNet s name on it signed by all participants to NEST and StreetNet International office Narayan NEST thanked StreetNet President and Coodinator for organising meetings in Kathmandu Thanked participants for coming from long distance Apologised for any shortcomings ANNEXURE KENASVIT PRESENTATION ON PERSONS WITH DISABILITY STRATEGIES AND ORGANISATIONAL ACTIVITIES Presentation by KENASVIT Kenya The organizational strategies and programmes of KENASVIT with street vendors with disabilities KENASVIT effectively engage mobilize and organize PWD persons with disability using various methods namely Personal contact General meetings Media Using MoUs as tool of mobilization Working with CBOs and net working with PWD organization in the civil society KENASVIT also have a policy encouraging PWD representation in all kenasvit leadership structures ie from national level to urban alliances level In most urban alliances they form their own grassroot community base organization complising PWD Sreet vendors KENASVIT programmes for PWD 1 One of major programme for PWD is lobbying for the enactment of PWD act2003 which now is in its implementation stage 2 This was achieved by kenasvit networking and engaging with PWD Organizations in the civil society Eg UDEK 3 Second which is ongoing activity is sensitizing members and local authority officials on PWD act 2003 This have been successfully done in four main urban alliances namely Nairobi NISCOF Mombasa MUSTA Migori urban alliance and Kisumu urban alliance 4 Monitoring the implementation of the act in liaison with the constituted national council for PWD The most critical stage is registration of PWD in all district hospitals 5 Through the national development fund for the person with disability kenasvit through Revolving fund programmes we initiated a tailor made capacity building programs for PWD on entrepreneurship skills and RLF management 6 PWD street vendors are also involved in other programs KENASVIT is initiating to other members How KENASVIT came to decide about the need to organize street vendors and informal traders with disabilities This was informed by the fact that a big no of PWD were part and parcel of street vendors and faced similar problems and in most cases because of their nature of disability they suffered more than the abled street vendors KENASVIT started in 2005 when it was realized that street vendors did not have a voice to engage with the central and local government and therefore PWD disability street vendors were involved in the initial stages in few urban alliances A model was then identified for organizing Previously the informal sector had been very fragmented with individuals and CBOs all approaching the authorities differently Community Based Organizations CBOs for street vendors were then identified at a local level where they were sensitized the importance of forming a national alliance In this way they deal with issues at a local level through the urban alliances by engaging with local authorities Through the regional alliances formed through grassroots organizations they come together to form national alliance KENASVIT now covers 14 towns whilst it started with 7 The expansion was informed by looking at where there are the highest numbers of street vendors within local authorities Strategies of organizing included Identifying issues affecting street vendors and PWD in the area For example in Nairobi the central business district is out of bounds to street vendors according to a bye law We came together and highlight how they will deal with these problems identified and request their support to do so Advocating for friendly bylaws Mobilizing grassroots CBOs and requesting them to join KENASVIT engaging them through sensitizing them the mission and vision of KENASVIT Meetings are another way of engaging PWT street vendors and giving them new innovative way of self sustainability for their grassroots organizations Initiating self regulated revolving loan fund for easy access to credit In this ways they can see the benefits of joining KENASVIT particularly areas where they value tangible benefits and they became more motivated Strategies of negotiating with different levels of government around street vendors and disability Dialogue meeting with central government and local authorities Engaging political leader those support the informal economy especially when they are in need of our votes during election Net working with other civil societies Mass action Kenasvit also negotiate through representation in different decision making organs within the local authority and the central government Eg representation in the council meeting by PWD councilors 2 quarterly meeting with ministry of labour department of micro and small enterprise and twice per year with the permanent secretary ministry of labour 3 in Nairobi e have city council stakeholders forum ccnf and 4 prime ministers round table meeting with the private sector which held twice an year currently organization pays to attend Challenges KENASVIT faced in organizing street vendors with PWD Different categories of PWD especially the visually impaired and the deaf where most KENASVIT leadership face a challenge of communication Lack of capacity to handle to handle PWD where they have different need PWD mobility during the meetings Stigmatization Uncomfortable enforcing the raid rules and regulation in our organization Conflict of interest from some PWD organizations Political influence Previous negative actions of misuse of PWD Illiteracy level Poor relationship with able bodied persons Through networking with other civil societies organization kenasvit participated in lobbying for the enactment of person with disability act 2003 this was motivated by halving so many street vendors with disability experiencing the same challenges like other street vendors in the country After enactment KENASVIT though the support from our partners embarked on sensitizing person with disability street vendor and market traders and also partly monitoring the implementation of the act especially areas affecting street vendors and informal traders

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  • KENASVIT Memorandum
    D G G Bunge La Mwananchi central rift I D P s central Rift camps Unga revolution movement These are the allies who teamed up with us today We are planning to hold such peaceful processions in Kisumu under KITES Kisumu Informal Traders Economic Support in Migori town MISVESTS Migori Street Vendors and small Traders Society in mombasa MUSTA Mombasa Urban Street Traders Alliance and KITALE KASVIT Kitale Alliance of Street Vendors and Informal Traders KENASVIT is pushing for implementation of the Micro and Small Enterprise Bill which has been delayed for almost ten years due to government bureaucracy More information photos and video visit our blog target blank http kenasvit wordpress com World Class Cities for All Brazil Portuguese Blog There is also a portuguese version of the Blog where one can access personal updates on news and events It can be found on this link http streetnetbrasil wordpress com Latest Additions Cambodian Trade Unions oppose adoption of a new Trade Union Law Online crowd funding a new experiment of StreetNet International StreetNet affiliate from Azerbaijan helps street vendors in villages and promotes ILO Recommendation 204 Free Trade Unions of Ukraine marked a World Day for Decent Work Nothing for us Without Us NewsBox INDIA DP is irreparable scrap it say activists Times of India 10 April 2015 TANZANIA College plans to identify trade opportunities for hawkers Daily News 10 April 2015 by Ludovick Kazoka INDIA No street vendors cycle rickshaws in Lajpat Nagar market NGT Zee News 8 April 2015 by PTI New Delhi BOTSWANA EDD is the way to go Mmegi Online 8 April 2015 USA Five Courses Hawkers street food flair more Creative Loafing Tampa Bay 8 April 2015 by Meaghan Habuda INDIA Hawkers may be allowed near Rishi Kapoor Anil Ambani s Pali Hill residences

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