In this volume, editors Andrea Rigon and Vanesa Castán Broto discuss how urban planning intersects with gender, gender identity, race, class, ethnicity, citizenship status, age, or ability, and, using case studies from Bangladesh, Bolivia, Hong Kong, and Zimbabwe, show how urban planners, specifically in the Global South, consider--or don't consider--citizens' intersecting identities. The authors suggest an alternative approach to urban transformation that is inclusive of all residents. Read and find out more here!
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