A team of SLURC staff will visit Cape Town, South Africa from the 23rd to 27th October 2017 on an International Knowledge exchange. The aim of the visit is to facilitate conversation around questions of how localized interventions of improving living conditions of the urban poor link to city wide impact that addresses socio-spatial inequalities. The question has been one of the key concerns that the advisory board of the Sierra Leone Urban Research Centre has pointed out for SLURC to approach more explicitly in its activities. The team will take a tour to various areas in Cape Town that represent useful cases of addressing socio-spatial inequalities in the city of Cape Town.
Stakeholder Consultative Workshop on Empowerment Outcomes of Urban Humanitarian Responses in Freetown
- ABOUT US
- Urban Health (Scoping of Urban Health Systems in Freetown Informal Settlements)
- Urban Livelihoods and the City Economy (Urban Livelihoods and Gender in Freetown Informal Settlement)
- Urban Vulnerability and Resilience (Urban Humanitarian Response and Empowerment)
- Urban Vulnerability and Resilience (Profiling Urban Risk)
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