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Kerwin Datu • 19 August 2010
In the world's wealthy regions, economic activity is articulated through networks uniting cities around the world. So shouldn't we also be looking to intercity networks as the key to international development?
Kerwin Datu • 12 February 2013
With Uruguay ratifying the Optional Protocol of the ICESCR, ten countries will soon have a right to housing somewhat enforceable under international law.
Zoe Green • 27 August 2013
The Royal Docks in east London were left behind by the containerisation of shipping. In the wake of the Olympics, planning efforts and business investment is once again focused on the area.
Rowan Fraser • 14 October 2014
Despite growing numbers of international development organisations focused at the municipal level, donors are still reluctant to provide ODA directly to local governments.
Kerwin Datu • 30 August 2011
The Philippine government is planning to demolish 104,000 homes across Manila. Everyone involved knows that this is a bad idea, yet we have no international framework to stop them going ahead.