With a background in urban planning and community organizing, Marcus Tudehope has been involved in the advocacy of the homeless in Western Australia, informal settlers in the Philippines, rural community development projects in South India, and now urban rights and housing in Phnom Penh.
Marcus Tudehope sets out twelve reasons why you and the communities you work within should embark upon an enumeration.
A harm reduction approach to homelessness would enjoy overwhelming support amongst rough sleepers, without encouraging more of them as critics of the approach fear.
A call for planners and advocates to recognise the compatibility of their goals and those of Manila's most forgotten slums communities.
The community and government leaders committed to helping the residents of San Roque, and the unenviable challenges that confront them.
Marcus Tudehope recounts his first-hand impressions of the San Roque community in Quezon City, where 25,000 residents have been battling to remain in the city.