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GEG 246: Urban Geography

The resources on this guide are a starting point for your research for your final paper on the right to the city in the global south.

Questions? Don't hesitate to ask a librarian for further assistance.

Right to the city

For the right to the city movement, “a key resource and touchstone is 'Le droite à la ville' (Right to the City) a book published in 1968 by French intellectual and philosopher Henri Lefebvre. In the sphere of human rights, this powerful idea was adopted by the World Urban Forum and elaborated into the World Charter of the Right to the City in 2004. Building from this powerful idea, international principles, and forward looking grassroots organizing, the Right to the City Alliance was established in January 2007.”

Source: Right to the City Alliance website

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