What is Right for the City or Right to the City: Criticality of Citizenship and Governance? City Prosperity and Sustainability
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The challenge is for maintaining distributional justice and at the same time managing the integrity of the metropolitan cities. This paper will seek to establish the key contours of critical urban development debates by drawing examples of urban governance and citizenships globally. Getting the social, the cultural and the political right is a key challenge in framing the principles of trust and collaboration within the framework of cities. Therefore, situating the local in the transformation of urban governance is critical for the cities of India.
Keywords: Subsidiarity, participation, citizenship, civic engagement, sovereignty, managerialism and entrepreneurialism, civic society and civil society
|Place of Publication||New Delhi|
|Publication status||Accepted - 17 Feb 2019|