This form will enable you to share information about local initiatives addressing residential
informality in the interest of deepening knowledge, inspiring good practice and informing
policy-making. Your input may be used in the Insights section of the Planning for Informality
provided that credible source documents are uploaded. We welcome in particular submissions from
practitioners and civil society organisations.
We will not
share your email with any 3rd party.
For more information see the terms
Please indicate what category your submission falls under. You can choose more than one
Please select under what theme your contribution may be categorised. You can choose more
than one option.
In no more than 1000 words, write a short description of the initiative, including the
progress made and lessons learned. Feel free to add any other aspects you deem
The clearer your story, the easier it will be for us to consider
sharing it via the Insights section of the Planning for Informality Webtool.
The material refers to the summary above and uploaded documents, which may be used to
content for the Insights section of the Planning for Informality Webtool. Selecting
'No' means that you will not be able to upload the source documents and as such, your
contribution will not be successfully submitted.
We respect your desire to remain anonymous should that be the case. The
will be acknowledged and/or referenced.
If you select no you will not be able to upload the source documents and as such,
your contribution will not be successfully submitted.
The following formats can be upload, images, pdfs, word documents and excel sheets. The
of documents that can be uploaded at a time should not exceed 5 MB otherwise you may
make multiple submissions.
I hereby confirm that the information submitted is true and accurate. Isandla Institute
not be held liable for any of the information sent to it. Once the content is submitted
may be used on the website or in any other Isandla Institute publication. Unless I have
indicated that I would like to remain anonymous, Isandla Institute will acknowledge
organisation when it uses my submission. However, Isandla Institute is under no
to use the information I have submitted. By agreeing to this disclaimer I absolve
Institute and the Planning for Informality Webtool from any liability related to the
content that is submitted.