Sick of traffic and pollution, cities are showing we can reclaim public space from cars and improve our health and well-being.
Following two mass shootings in public spaces, therapists share guidance for overcoming this new kind of fear.
These homeless people are blocked from social services when there are few parking spaces to leave their cars without risking tickets.
One critic calls next week's ballot measure “one of the most frightening and heinous initiatives that I’ve witnessed in my career.”
The guidelines enable people to seek fines if they've been harassed or punished in workplaces, schools or public spaces because of their hair.
For women, there is never really a moment where we can be in a public space and not on guard.
"Street harassment is a part of rape culture."
Co-authored by Doug Ragan, UN-Habitat Chief of Youth and Livelihoods Unit, Dana Podmolikova, UN-Habitat Youth & Urban Sports
How catching Pikachu could give you a taste of Parisian street life.
Photo credits: Max Wei and APD India In February 2016, the Sustainable Development Goal Network proposed an indicator for