Presentations by: Lutfun Nahar Lata and Christopher Kelly.
Session Co-chairs: Febe De Geest and Ibrahim Yakubu
Presentations by: Noel Manzano and Erich Wolff Session Co-chairs: Francesca Ferlicca and Rewa Marathe
Presentation by: Sandra Carrasco, Neeraj Dangol and Majdi Faleh Session Co-chairs: Stephanie Butcher and Mahsa Meshgar
Presentations: Madhulika Sahoo and Sambath My Session Co-chairs: Diah Asih Purwaningrum (Roro) and Tanzil Shafique
PANEL SESSION 1: STATE & INFORMALITY Chaired by Reden Recio November 27, 5:00 – 6:15 PM, Melbourne time Housing politics and the nightmares of spatial planning in indigenous communities: A review of colonial experience in Tamale, Ghana (Ibrahim Yakubu, University for Development Studies, Ghana) Infrastructure provision in informal settlements: the challenges and opportunities for co-production […]
The growing intensity and frequency of natural disasters have drawn efforts in academia and public policies towards improving resilience of cities and communities.
Some scholars have examined the various ways in which youth are shaping the city as an outcome of their social and political actions.
Millions of urban poor are living in slum conditions in low-income countries. Often, governments in these countries are unable or unwilling to provide alternative housing or resettle residents to a safer place.
We are seeing a growing interest in COVID-19 research and how the pandemic will shape urban life. As individuals and governments scramble to navigate the adverse impacts of the crisis, no one is certain when the pandemic will end and what traces it will leave in cities.
This session discusses the challenges of conducting an ethnographic study in a complex context that is currently messed up with ideological, educational and political changes.