299 Housing and the right to the city. Part II

Thursday, August 2, 2012: 12:30 PM-2:00 PM
OB 301 (Faculty of Economics)

RC21 Regional and Urban Development (host committee)
RC43 Housing and Built Environment

Language: English
Session Organizers:
Manuel B. AALBERS, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands and Kenneth GIBB, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom
Shifting realities: Dislocating Palestinian Jerusalemites from the capital into the edge (Oral Presentation)
Nura ALKHALILI, Independent researcher, Palestine; Muna DAJANI, Independent researcher, Palestine; Daniela DE LEO, , Italy

The neo-liberalization of housing and the 'right to the city': The variagated experiences of New York, Amsterdam and Tokyo (Oral Presentation)
Richard RONALD, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands; Justin KADI, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands

Accommodation or inhabitance? New migrants, housing and the right to the city in Sydney, Australia (Oral Presentation)
Rebecca WILLIAMSON, University of Sydney, Australia

Housing rights and residents' voices in the marketplace of ideas (Oral Presentation)
Michael DARCY, University of Western Sydney, Australia; Dallas ROGERS, University of Western Sydney, Australia

Rights to the city: A pluralist analysis of housing controversies in Mumbai and Hong Kong (Oral Presentation)
Bart WISSINK, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong; Ray FORREST, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Struggling for new urban futures: Right(s) to a transformed city, to another society (Oral Presentation)
Nezihe Basak ERGIN, Girseun University, Turkey

New models of housing supply and unjust spatial distribution of social classes in Istanbul (Distributed Paper)
Hatice KURTULUS, Istanbul University, Turkey; Semra PURKIS, Mugla University, Turkey

Entre la xenofobia y el derecho a una vivienda digna (Distributed Paper)
Sergio Andrés KAMINKER, Centro Nacional Patagónico (CENPAT-CONICET), Argentina; Federico GHELFI, Instituto Nacional contra la Discriminación, la Xenofobia y el Racismo (INADI) / UBA-UNTREF, Argentina

Gentrification and resistance in Salvador, Brazil (Distributed Paper)
Laila Nazem MOURAD, Universidade Federal da Bahia, Brazil; Nelson BALTRUSIS, Universidade Católica do Salvador, Brazil

Alliances et stratégies des acteurs communautaires face aux méga-projets urbains : Étude de cas montréalais (Distributed Paper)
Anne LATENDRESSE, Departement of géography, UQAM, Canada; Pierre-Mathieu LEBEL, Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada