Livelihoods, the body, and city space.

Presented by Ngaka Mosiane

Monday, 16 May, 2016 - 15:00

The paper suggests that cities of the global south are making an urban redistribution agenda possible through basic services and social grants provisions. The transformative potential of such an agenda is even more attainable when considering the agency of ordinary, poor people themselves: drawing from their bodies and history, and harnessing market-based spatial interventions to build livelihoods and pursue other apirations.

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