In the post-apartheid climate, policy makers and urban planners struggled to desegregate urban spaces for inclusive growth and social transformation.
Studies-Published dateMonday, January 2, 2017 - 05:00
Changes, continuities, contestations : tracing the contours of Kamathipura's precarious durability through livelihood practices and redevelopment efforts
This is a case study of Kamathipura, a dense, crumbling neighbourhood located in the heart of the island city of Mumbai, and one of Asia’s largest and oldest red light districts with a reputation synonymous with urban poverty, filth, crime, and imPublished dateWednesday, March 2, 2016 - 05:00
By tackling the relationship between state, market and politician, researchers present a plea to policy makers to dismantle the practice of redevelopment as it is currently undertaken.Published date2016