Miscellaneous Documents

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Date Title
14 December 2012 STREETNET visit to Tunisia - Memorandum of understanding
05 September 2012 Campaigns Workplan 2012-2016 [pdf]
12 April 2012 Togo: FAINATRASIT and Syvemacot New Manifesto Campaign
21 March 2012 FEDEVAL completes first phase of the New Manifesto campaign
15 March 2012 Malawi Union For Informal Sector (MUFIS)
14 March 2012 Happy Women`s day!!!
07 March 2012 International Women’s Day – 8th March, 2012 celebration
05 March 2012 South African National Day of action against Labour Brokers: Call for strengthening the Social Solidarity Economy
20 February 2012 For Brotherly Organizations and cooperatives institutions
13 February 2012 1000 vendors against $1000 fines demonstration 16th February at the City Hall at 12 p.m.
19 January 2012 Message of Support to NASVI National Campaign for a Central Law
19 January 2012 NASVI National Day of Action for a Central Law for Street Vendors - 20th January
17 January 2012 Argentina: Vendors' organisations negotiate successful outcomes at La Salada Market in Buenos Aires
15 January 2012 WCCA Brazil- CUT calls for amendment to the General Law on the World Cup to support street vendors
07 November 2011 CTCP-FNT and the Federation of traffic light workers’ press conference.
21 September 2011 Another World Cup is possible? [pdf]
20 September 2011 StreetNet International meeting on Street vendors and informal traders living with disabilty
16 August 2011 KENASVIT Memorandum
22 August 2007 StreetNet International Policies [pdf]
26 April 2006 New Manifesto Campaign - basic document adopted by International Council in April 2006
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NewsBox, 1 - 14 September 2014

NewsBox, 1 - 14 September 2014

IRAN. Tehran's vendors battle the streets to survive. The Guardian (15 September 2014).

PHILIPPINES. Estrada's tents for Quiapo vendors irk 'legit' traders. The Philippine Daily Inquirer (14 September 2014) by Nathaniel R. Melican and Djan Arell G. Magbanua.

HONG KONG. Architects step in to street vendors row. Bangkok Post (15 September 2014).

GHANA. The Feasibility Of The Ban On Street Food. Ghana Broadcasting Corporation (12 September 2014) by Zephaniah Kwesi Danaa.

USA. Vendy Awards to spotlight and honor city's best street vendors. AM New York (11 September 2014) by Ivan Pereira.

INDONESIA. Vendors adjust to new site at mall. The Jakarta Post (11 September 2014) by Josh Kelety.

ZIMBABWE. A day in the life of a female vendor. The Zimbabwean (10 September 2014) by Sofia Mapuranga.

INDIA. 269 street vendors to get identity cards soon. The Times of India (9 September 2014).

GLOBAL. International Study Finds Inclusive Practices Have Big Impact on Street Vendors and Their Households. PRWeb (9 September 2014). Five-city study from WIEGO examines impact of government policy and practice on street vendors' livelihoods.

INDONESIA. Editorial: Legalizing street vendors. The Jakarta Post (6 September 2014).

INDIA. 'Harassed' vendors want to meet PM. Deccan Herald (8 September 2014).

USA. The Untold Story of Women Vendors in New York. New America Media (8 September 2014).

MYANMAR. Street vendors to clean up their act. Myanmar Times (1 September 2014) by Ei Ei Thu and Myint Kay Thi.

USA. More Angelenos are becoming street vendors amid weak economy. LA Times (6 September 2014) by Tiffany Hsu.

INDIA. Dabbawalas not under ambit of Street Vendors' Act. DNA India (2 September 2014) by Eknath Makne.

StreetNet International

StreetNet International is an alliance of street vendors. It was launched in Durban, South Africa, in November 2002.

Membership-based organizations (unions, co-operatives or associations) directly organizing street vendors, market vendors and/or hawkers among their members, are entitled to affiliate to StreetNet International.

The aim of StreetNet is to promote the exchange of information and ideas on critical issues facing street vendors, market vendors and hawkers (i.e. mobile vendors) and on practical organizing and advocacy strategies