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The many roles of change agency in the game of green path development in the North
The rapidly expanding stream of path development studies recognises that translating observations from past paths to conscious path creation requires conceptually linking agency to path development frameworks. Actors frame ...
China–Africa and an Economic Transformation
Participation of Young People in Legislative Processes : A case study of the General Upper Secondary Schools Act in Finland - a school bullying narrative
Laws have a major influence on the daily lives of young people. However, their role in legislative processes has been less studied. This research focuses on youth participation in the legislative processes and bullying ...
‘We’re in Asia’ : Worlding LGBTQI+ activism otherwise in Sydney
Building on recent work in postcolonial urban studies that has developed more genuinely plural approaches to urban theorising, this article poses the problem of ‘worlding’ in relation to urban LGBTQI+ activism in Sydney, ...
Israel’s international mobilities regime : visa restrictions for educators and medics in Palestine
This article examines Israel’s control of international presence in Palestine as an ‘international mobilities regime’ that has damaging effects for the provision of services in East Jerusalem, the West Bank and Gaza. ...
Building a DIY skatepark and doing politics hands-on
In recent years, informal and unauthorised amateur urban design solutions have become an urban trend in the global North. These Do-It-Yourself (DIY) urbanism actions can be playful commentaries, critical interventions or ...
Skatescape in the Making: Developing Sustainable Urban Pedagogies through Transdisciplinary Education
The current trend of higher education for sustainable urban development links with parallel developments in urban governance and environmental pedagogy. Many programs and policies identify cities and citizens as key drivers ...
‘Whether you like it or not, this is the future!’ : everyday negotiations of the community’s boundary in urban space
How are the boundary and ground of community produced and negotiated in mundane practices of interaction and language use in urban space? The article explores how claims of belonging and legitimate presence are formulated, ...
Dromoelimination : Accelerating settler colonialism in Palestine
This paper examines the eliminatory speed of Israeli settler colonialism, particularly the ways in which settler organizations aim to accelerate the pace of elimination at the colonial frontiers in Palestine. We show, by ...
Vulnerability and its politics : Precarity and the woundedness of power
This article is an attempt to unwrite our current disciplinary enamourment with power. We begin from life’s woundedness, which we argue engenders a limit condition that both precedes power (vulnerability is the origin of ...