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Zoe Green • 5 August 2015
Two years after the introduction of Permitted Development Rights, Zoe Green argues that the policy is threatening the local creative economy in UK cities by pricing out small and medium sized enterprises.
Women in Informal Employment: Globalizing and Organizing • 22 July 2016
Over the next few weeks, The Global Urbanist, in collaboration with WIEGO will publish six photo essays that take us inside the daily lives of women working in the informal economy.
Lauren Zanolli / Beyond Profit • 6 July 2010
Mumbai is looking to involve the private sector to manage the tons of solid waste it generates every day, but it must be done without marginalising the informal 'ragpickers' who do this work already.
Sonia Dias • 27 November 2012
Sonia Dias argues for a holistic approach to solid waste management that recognises the economic and environmental benefits of including informal waste pickers in planning.
Carlin Carr • 1 December 2016
In the third of a series of photo essays from Women in Informal Employment: Globalizing and Organizing, Carlin Carr explores how workers in Bangkok’s informal economy came together in a collective movement to advocate for their labour rights.