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The webinar “Urban Governance and its Opponents: How Protests Challenge City Development” will be held on December 5, at 5:00 p.m. as part of “Megacities of the Future 2.0: new challenges” webinar series.
Urban growth and development faces challenges not just in mobilizing resources and facing economic, technological, and ecological issues. Contemporary city governments are increasingly concerned with the demand for participation of their inhabitants. Moreover, contentious action against urban development projects all over the world has become a crucial moment for the politicization of city dwellers and their becoming as citizens. “Not-in-my-backyard” protests have transformed into political protests against the very core of neo-liberal urban governance and challenge the development models of future cities. This webinar gives an overview of the main directions and forms of urban protest from an international comparative perspective.
Assistant Professor, School of Sociology, Faculty of Social Sciences; Academic Supervisor Master’s programme “Comparative Social Research”
The schedule of other webinars of the cycle can be found on the page “Megacities of the Future 2.0: New Challenges”. And if you want to understand more about the evolution of contemporary societies, social issues, and conflicts around the globe, take a look at the Master's program “Comparative Social Research”.