Authors look at how informality is addressed in the SDGs, especially with regards to how it is measured.
Paper analyzes the eviction of an informal settlement in Ghana as the crystallization of the opposition between different planning rationalities.
Authors examine the link between urbanisation and urban challenges and emphasize the role of planning to achieve inclusiveness and spatial integration.
Article addresses localisation of SDGs and the implications for local governments.
Paper investigates the development of the informal urban e-waste economy in Accra, Ghana.
Paper calls for more politicized approach toward informal settlement upgrading programmes.
Authors study intermodality as a practice rather than a planning strategy in African cities.
Article explores income trajectories between South Africa’s urban formal, urban informal and rural areas.
Paper examines state of knowledge about urban governance and urban food systems in Africa.
Article looks at how urban neighbourhoods in Ghana are really governed and how “hidden” informal networks interact with formal politics.