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Title:Local Responses to Slum Resettlement: The Case of Tamesna, Morocco
Author(s):Keep, Miriam
Contributor(s):Greenlee, Andrew
Subject(s):resettlement plan
housing
Geographic Coverage:Tamesna, Morocco
Abstract:This study of Tamesna illuminates the contradictions that emerge when housing authorities work toward competing goals of providing quality housing to poor residents and creating financial incentives for private housing developers. This paper focuses on residents' reactions to these contradictions, focusing on the methods they use to assert their housing demands when the official planning process affords them few opportunities to do so. This study illustrates the long-term challenges inherent in a slum resettlement process that excludes its intended beneficiaries from effective participation in decision-making.
Issue Date:2017
Series/Report:MUP Capstone
Type:Text
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/2142/98532
Date Available in IDEALS:2017-11-07


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