The End of the Right to the City: A Radical-Cooperative View

By Caleb Althorpe (Western University) and Martin Horak (Western University) | Social and material conditions in cities around the world are deeply unjust. Increasing material inequalities, social exclusion, hierarchy and domination face urban inhabitants in many settings. In response to these realities, the ‘right to the city’ (RTTC) has become a concept that is widely used by those who seek to build more just and inclusive cities. The RTTC frames the goals of urban advocacy groups around the world, the policy objectives of international organizations, and even makes an appearance in a piece of national legislation in Brazil. Read More

December 22, 2021 // 0 Comments