Random readings on society, politics and change – Jorge Carrillo
Informality is a key contributor to successful emerging economies while on the other hand it drives socio-spatial inequality. Understanding and addressing the dynamics of informality is therefore strategic.
This policy paper offers local governments a road map towards new urban partnerships between city governments, private sector and citizens, providing the basis for addressing informality.
The paper analyses the actual policy challenges and trends and provides specific policy priorities and recommendations to local and regional governments. The policy further identifies the implementation means to deliver the policy recommendations, not only for the local and regional governments but for all spheres of government. The policy has proposed joint action at the local, regional and international level.
We need to drastically change the way we produce and eat food
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