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Program of the Forum of Inhabitants of the Mediterranean

Thursday 20/06/19

Arrival of participants

15:00 - 18:00

Coordinating meeting between the Collectives and Associations promoting the General Assembly of Marseille and the International Alliance of Inhabitants

Friday 21/06/19

17:00 - Air Bel

Opening of General Assembly of Marseilles by animations of the young people of the district.

Saturday 22/06/19

9:30 - 10.00 Faculté St. Charles (Place Victor Hugo, 3 - Gare Saint Charles)

Opening  of the Forum of Inhabitants of Mediterranean and the General Assembly of Marseille

10:00 - 13:00 - Faculté St. Charles (Place Victor Hugo, 3 - Gare Saint Charles)

The Right to the City: the cosmopolitan challenge facing  the Mediterranean.

The World Identity Card


• Jean-Pierre Wauquier, president H2O sans frontières, France

• Alison Brown, WIEGO - Global Platform for the Right to the City

• Giuseppe Caccia, Director of the Mediterranean Mission - Saving humans - Mare Jonio, Italy

• Raphaël Pitti, Conseiller Délégué Urgences Humanitaires et Sociales ville de Metz, ANVITA, France

• Domenico Lucano, former Mayor of Riace, Italy (to be confirmed)

• Nourelhouda Sassi, Health and Environment Coordinator of the ATHLD/AIH, Tunisia

• Khayreddine Debaya, Coordinator of the Tunisian League of Human Rights, Gabès

• Representative of the General Assembly  of Marseille

• Christian Leblanc,  General Assembly of the Migrants of Marseille

Coordinated by: Amobé Mevéque, TV5 journalist


13:30 - 15:30 - Faculté St. Charles (Place Victor Hugo, 3 - Gare Saint Charles)

Interactive construction of the World Map of inhabitants of the Mediterranean

Right to Housing, Right to the City, Right to Health, Public Services, Women, Gender and Street Violence, Refugees, Migrants, Participatory Democracy...

Presentation of the tool and working group coordinated by:

• Pascale Thys, Habitat et Participation, Belgium

15:30 - 17:30 - Faculté St. Charles (Place Victor Hugo, 3 - Gare Saint Charles)

Struggles against the gentrification of Mediterranean cities: Zero evictions and Zero collapses

Coordinated by: Cesare Ottolini, Global Coordinator of the International Alliance of Inhabitants


• Soha Ben Slama, Coordinator of the International Tribunal on Evictions, Tunis

• Fathi Bouaroua, Co-president of the Emmaüs community in Pointe Rouge, Marseille

• Khayreddine Debaya, coordinateur Ligue Tunisienne des Droits de l'Homme, Gabès

• Pedro Martin Heras, Plataforma Afectados por la Hipoteca  , Spain

• Representative, Unione Inquilini, Italy

• André Gachet, Haut Comité pour le Logement des Personnes Défavorisées, Lyon, France

• Representative General Assembly of Marseille, France

• Representative Moroccan Network for Decent Housing, Morocco

• Hélène Bourgon, Journaliste, 15-38 Méditerranée, Marseille-Alger


17:30 - 19:30 - Faculté St. Charles (Place Victor Hugo, 3 - Gare Saint Charles)

R-existences and alternatives of the inhabitants of coastal cities of the Mediterranean to the industries of death: Gabès, Taranto, Marseille

Documentary-film screening: “Tout va bien, Lella"   (Everything’s ok Lella) (Rabeb M'Barki, Túnez, 35 ‘) denounces the cruelty of the industrial pollution suffered by the inhabitants of Gabes and the environment of its gulf. A film of unrelenting realism, it was selected in the BBC Arabic Festival 2019 and other festivals.

Coordinated by:

Nourelhouda Sassi, Health and Environment Coordinator of the Tunisian Association for Inhabitants and Decent Housing/IAI


• Salah Jdey, 1st  Film Assistant “Tout va bien, Lella",  Collective against the Chemical Group of Gabes, Tunis

• Khayreddine Debaya, Coordinator of the Tunisian League of Human Rights, Gabes

• Houcem Eddine Dkhil, Soumaya Lahbib, Tunisian League of Human Rights Gabes, Stop Pollution

• Stefano Sibilla, Secretary of FLM - CUB, formerly ILVA, Taranto, Italy

• Representative General Assembly of Marseille, France



19 :00: Au Panier, with the Réseau 15.38 Freedom of Expression and Freedom of circulation in Méditerranée, in Lorette

20 :00: Aux Halles Delacroix soirée débat on the film Système G with Cesare Mattina and Pierre Godard. Clientelism and Marseille

22 :00 : Funiculaire (17 rue Poggioli) for a festive evening with DJ Buddha

Sunday 23/06/19

9:30 - 11:00 - Faculté St. Charles (Place Victor Hugo, 3 - Gare Saint Charles)

The Marseille Pact for the right to housing, land and the city for a cosmopolitan Mediterranean

  • Solidarity and welcome forum
  • Conference
  • Workshops: The Commons - Citizen Mobilizations and Digital Tools


Reading of the Marseilles Solidarity Pact of the Forum and the Solemn Declaration of the General Assembly.


Manifestation - Departure Fac. St. Charles to the Museum of Civilizations of Europe and the Mediterranean (MUCEM)


Picnic shared at MUCEM for a lively, welcoming and popular Mediterranean

Wikipedia workshop: Writing for rights  

Coordinated by Sophie Etienne, President of Didac’Ressource, France

Thursday 20/06/19

World Refugee Day

14:00 - 18:00 - Café Friche la Belle de Mai

Friday 21/06/19

9:00 - 17:00 - Social Centre of the Seón Basin

Saturday 22/06/19

9:00 - 18:00 - Faculté St. Charles (3 place Victor Hugo, Gare Saint Charles)

Sunday 23/06/19

9.00 – 18.00 - Mille Bâbords, 61, Rue Consolat

Departure of participants


Each workshop includes introductory speeches, a plenary debate, the presentation of recommendations for the Marseille Pact in coordination with the Solemn declaration of the General Assembly of Marseille, the Charter of Principles and the 2019-2022 Programme of Activities of the emerging Mediterranean Network of Inhabitants.

Language:  French.

Practical information

  • Location
    Université Aix-Marseille
    Site de Saint-Charles
    3 Place Victor Hugo, Marseille


The Faculty St Charles which will host our meetings on Saturday and Sunday requires us to register at the latest by Thursday 20/06/19 at 14.00.


SUPPORT financially , even modestly, this citizen initiative! Small streams make big rivers


International Alliance of Inhabitants

A global network of grassroots organisations that fight for the right to housing, land and the city in all continents. The proposal to organise a Mediterranean Inhabitants’ Forum, a landmark in the construction of the Mediterranean Network of Inhabitants, was launched in the meeting organised by the IAi in Africites in November 2018 .

Email : rmh@habitants.org – www.habitants.org

Hashtag : #ForumHabitantsMediterranee

FB : Forum des Habitants de la Méditerranée

Twitt : @forumhabitantsmediterranee

General Assembly of Marseille

The inhabitants’ collectives and associations of Marseille involved in the struggles and activities for the right to housing and the city, met to address the problems highlighted by the collapse of buildings that caused 8 deaths in November 2018. The General Assembly wishes to present the list of complaints and proposals of concrete solutions, linking local mobilisation of inhabitants to the level of the Mediterranean.

Info :

Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/Marseillepop/

Twitter : https://twitter.com/Marseillepop

Hashtag : #EGMarseille #NotreMarseille

Email : etatsgenerauxdemarseille@gmail.com

Wikipedia project. Workshops: Writing for rights

Writing workshops with participants from the two shores organised by Didac’Ressource, in collaboration with the Association Eclore, User groupe LGB Túnez, Hospitality Network, La Cimade, Act Approche Culture et Territoire, Social Centre of the Séon Bassin, Théâtre de la mer, on the rights of foreigners, asylum seekers, refugees. These follow on from the meeting in March 2019 in Tunis. The activity is also officially part of the United Nations World Refugee Day programme organised in Marseille.

Info : Contact@didac-ressources.eu

The Agora  of the Earth’s Inhabitants launched the World Identity Card

Over 150 participants from over 15 countries and 4 continents in the meeting organised by the Audacity Campaign in the name of Humanity to reactivate the construction of human rights, 70 years after the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which has been seriously attacked by predatory neoliberal, warlike and racist policies.

The first act, the creation of the World Identity Card, to be issued regardless of citizenship, which dares to open a new establishment phase of humanity, a utopian moment to give hope and light to the dream of men/women and the earth. IAI undertakes to implement this tool, in particular, for the Mediterranean Network of Inhabitants.

Habitat World Map seen by inhabitants

The world map is based on the collaboration of 400 field stakeholders 50 regional and international networks. The network invites associations to provide simple and accessible information to create fact sheets on the habitat situation, innovative concrete and practical examples in the country to promote the emerging Network of Inhabitants of Mediterranean.

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Vicky Cox


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