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Learning from Cairo : global perspectives and future visions / edited by Beth Stryker, Omar Nagati, Magda Mostafa.

By: International symposium, learning from Cairo : global perspectives and future visions AUC Tahrir Square April 12-14, 2013.
Contributor(s): Stryker, Beth [editor. ] | Nagati, Omar [editor. ] | Mostafa, Magda [editor. ].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Cairo : CLUSTER ; American University of Cairo, 2013Description: 172 p. ; ill., (chiefly col.), maps ; 16 x 22.ISBN: (pbk.).Subject(s): City planning -- Cairo -- Congresses | Urban sociology -- Cairo -- Congresses | Community development, urban -- Cairo -- Citizen participation -- CongressesDDC classification: 307.340941 LEA Summary: Learning from Cairo, co-organized by CLUSTER (Cairo Lab for Urban Studies, Training and Environmental Research) and the American University in Cairo, was an international symposium that sought to engage the current political and urban transformation unfolding in Cairo as a critical context for examining relevant international case studies and best practices in areas ranging from housing, transportation, public space and local governance to informality. The conference emphasized a comparative and interdisciplinary approach bringing practitioners, academics, officials and local stakeholders into dialogue, with the objective of generating an ongoing critical urban discourse and future visions for Cairo.--Publisher description.
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Conference Preceedings Indian Institute for Human Settlements, Bangalore
307.340941 LEA 003492 (Browse shelf) Checked out 13/10/2019 003492

"Some of the transcribed conference dialogues excerpted in this publication have been translated from Arabic, edited or condensed"

Includes bibliographic references.

Learning from Cairo, co-organized by CLUSTER (Cairo Lab for Urban Studies, Training and Environmental Research) and the American University in Cairo, was an international symposium that sought to engage the current political and urban transformation unfolding in Cairo as a critical context for examining relevant international case studies and best practices in areas ranging from housing, transportation, public space and local governance to informality. The conference emphasized a comparative and interdisciplinary approach bringing practitioners, academics, officials and local stakeholders into dialogue, with the objective of generating an ongoing critical urban discourse and future visions for Cairo.--Publisher description.

In English and Egyptian.

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