Random readings on society, politics and change – Jorge Carrillo
Shahadat Hossain – A combination of violent rural and urban displacement have produced rings of poverty and exploitation on the outskirts of Dhaka, one of the world’s fastest growing cities.Most new migrants to the city take shelter in the peripheries: Kamrangirchar, Keraniganj, Tongi, Gazipur, Demra, Kachpur, Narayanganj and the now infamous Savar, due to easily available, low cost housing. While those who remain in the city centre are increasingly being forced out to the peripheries due to increasing demand for urban development; as such, the overwhelming physical feature of Dhaka’s urbanisation is peripherilisation, a peripheralisation represented in rings of (sub)urban poverty enclosing the city centre.
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