Registered as a non-profit organisation in the Republic of South Africa - PBO 930030585
Coordinator: Ms Pat Horn
Admin & Finance Manager: Ms Ruby Essack
85 on Field
85 Joe Slovo Street
Durban 4001 - South Africa
P.O.Box 61139, Bishopsgate
Durban 4008, South Africa
Tel: +27 31 307 4038
Fax: +27 31 306 7490
Asia - NASVI
Tel: 0091 1143108424
Americas - CTCP
Tel: 000505 22706417
South & East Africa - ZCIEA
Tel: 00263 772361905
West & Central Africa - FENASEIN/UGSEIN
Tel: 00227 96986539
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
StreetNet Resource Centre
StreetNet has a resource centre with research material available on informal traders and related work. Please call the head office in advance to make a booking.
|Brochure||- How to become a StreetNet Member
- Benefits of joining Streetnet
- General Information
To help us to continue our work, please view the Friends of StreetNet Letter and the above brochure which will give you a detailed overview of StreetNet and how you can get involved. Feedback and suggestions is also welcome.
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/
StreetNet Newsletter [pdf]
BREAKING NEWS [pdf]
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.
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