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Voices of the poor

Community perspectives on accessing urban land

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Warren Smit, Mercy Brown-Luthango, Ardiel Soeker, Susan Carey, Mzwanele Mayekiso, Clive Felix, Adré Bartis, Ben Hiles, Vijoya Harri, Pat Zondi, Cameron Brisbane, Khulekani Mfeka, Vanessa Chetty

01 January 2007

Urban LandMark

English

Urban LandMark Librarian

Research Report

Urban LandMark

South Africa

The aim of this 2007 initiative by Urban Landmark was to analyse the perspectives and experiences of civil society organisations about access to urban land by the poor. The study was based on a series of workshops undertaken during May and June 2007.

Workshops were held in Port Elizabeth, Cape Town, Pietermaritzburg and Johannesburg and hosted by urban development NGOs active in the region. In all, 105 participants from more than 30 different civil society organisations participated.

 

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After this project, another team developed learning materials based on the work. 

Basic services

Built environment

Cape Town

Governance

Human settlements

Informal settlements

Johannesburg

Land

Land markets

Land rights

Livelihoods

Local government

Markets

Pietermaritzburg

Policy

Poverty & inequality

Rights

South Africa

Urban

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