Every Indian city witnesses a regular proliferation of low-income settlements which take shape either in response to housing policies and master planning, or grow spontaneously and organically through demographic shifts as a response to the pulls of urban growth. Experience so far has raised policy questions around their livability, accessibility, and service provisioning for healthy living.
Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) invites you to a webinar on the subject. The webinar is expected to bring together a diverse set of people with rich grassroots experience to discuss the spatial disparities that compromise `access' to basic neighborhood services, public transport and mobility options, and to jobs. We believe this discussion on `learning from the ground' is urgently needed to inform the policy narrative.
We look forward to seeing you.
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By: Anumita Roychowdhury
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SOCIAL DESIGN COLLABORATIVE
Research and Advocacy, CSE
Programme Director, Sustainable Buildings and Habitat Programme, CSE
Deputy Programme Manager,
Sustainable Buildings and Habitat Programme,
Clean Air and Sustainable Mobility Programme,
|DR RENU KHOSLA
Centre for Urban and Regional Excellence (CURE)
|DR DARSHINI MAHADEVIA
Urbz and The Institute of Urbanology
The Social Design Collaborative
|PRASANNA DESAI Founder, Prasanna Desai Architects|