Insecurity and Segregation: Rejecting an Urbanism of Fear

Security discourses taking place in contemporary cities – in both developing and developed countries – feed defiance and legitimize an “urbanism of fear” based on controls that increase social and spatial segregation. Inversely, a sustainable city is an inclusive one capable of making a place for all kinds of people in a shared world. This is a plea for ambitious urban planning policies.


Editor(s):
Jacquet, Pierre
Pachauri, Rajendra K.
Tubiana, Laurence
Published in:
Cities: Steering Towards Sustainability, 177-187
Year:
2010
Publisher:
Delhi, TERI Press
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This book is also avalaible in French
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