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This article explores some of the interlinkages between the physical enactment of the right to the city, the spatial dimensions of urban sexual citizenship and the legal invocation of sexual rights. Its focus is on the struggles for rights and sexual citizenship by different gay, lesbian,...
As the debates on the definition, scope and applicability of the terms ‘informal sector’ and, in more recent years, the ‘informal economy’ continue, there is a growing interest in the heterogeneity, dynamism and complexity of the sector. This has necessitated a focus on internal differentiation...
Contrary to common assumptions, the (re)emergence of organized shopping malls in Ghana is not a new development. Accounts of their existence date back to the pre-colonial era, when their character, status and operations were as popular as the malls of today. What is missing in current narratives...
Building on the substantial body of literature on policy mobilities, this paper attends to the circulation of bus rapid transit (BRT) as it swept through South African cities to reconsider the power of the interactions between municipalities and their policy actors in the determination to adopt...
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