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IDS – As part of the Tomorrow-Today Horizon Scanning Initiative supported by IDS, the project ‘Exploring the Potential and Limits of the Resilience Agenda in Rapidly Urbanising Contexts’ aims to analyse the emergence of the concept of ‘urban resilience’ in the literature and to assess the potential and limitations of this concept as an element of policy narrative, especially in the context of rapid urbanisation processes. This Evidence Report is the main document published by the ‘Exploring the Potential and Limits of the Resilience Agenda in Rapidly Urbanising Contexts’ project.
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