Across the global South, urban violence is an increasing concern. Rapid urbanization, weak city governance, and social inequalities have led to marginalization, concentrating the highest levels of violence in historically-disadvantaged areas within urban centres.
Thursday, October 13, 2016 - 13:00
Research in Action
POPULATION GROWTHPOVERTYURBAN PLANNINGPUBLIC TRANSPORTGender
A new study comparing the garment-export industries in Honduras and Nicaragua challenges the conventional wisdom that competing on the basis of cheap labour is the only option for poor garment-producing countries.