Lowering spatial inequalities can reduce economic and social inequities.
A new approach to urban planning is needed to restore hope in African cities. There are three keys that can help unlock this.
The city’s government wanted the wealthy and overwhelmingly white areas of the city to subsidise the development of the poor and overwhelmingly black areas.
The inability to curb road accidents in Ghana is tied to colonial and neocolonial legacies.
If we learn from COVID-19, there are three key areas to tackle to make cities safer from outbreaks of future infectious diseases.