the end of megacities as we know in covid 19

From Rome to Pataliputra, cities have been engines of economic growth for ages. However, over the last couple of centuries,...
Kruti Munot September 16, 2020

the indigenous coastal communities of mumbai in lurch

People settled on coasts to take advantage of the amenities the oceans offer; food supply, source of transport, defensible positions...
Amit Devale August 23, 2020

four steps of building trust for inclusive-cities to fight covid

All of us are highly impressed with New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s leadership in steering her country through the...
ElsaMarie D’Silva June 22, 2020

rethinking urban livelihood: thriving informal economy in urban areas in india

Globalisation vs ‘Right to the city’ Over the years, economic policies and strategies adopted for sustainable urban development had resulted...
Chinmayi Naik January 24, 2020

the confession of a young anthropologist in dharavi

I worked with a research collective called Urbz that has a strong base in Dharavi, Asia's largest slum, lies on...
Anupamaa Nayak January 23, 2020

civic-ism: the exigency, design and urgency for civic innovation

Technology - designed by a few, ingrained in the lives of a billion. There is no escaping the tremendous impact...
Gayatri Tawari January 12, 2020