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Negotiations surrounding issues of representation, inequality, belonging and governance take place among citizens, professional and policy practitioners at the street level of urban neighbourhoods. Nanke Verloo investigates whether episodes of conflict can offer opportunities for strengthening urban democracy. She also uses her ethnographic case-study research to describe how citizenship is performed through informal and unconventional street-level practices.

Event details of Conflicts as an opportunity for urban democracy
Date 19 June 2015
Time 10:00 -11:00

N. Verloo:  Negotiating Urban Conflict: Conflicts as Opportunity for Urban Democracy.

Supervisor

Prof. M.A. Hajer

Co-supervisor

Dr D.W. Laws