A new SHLC paper on mental health calls for a shift towards a place- and context-specific neighbourhoods approach for policymaking

New Publication In Cities and Health  Neighbourhoods in southern cities primely undergo…


City Report: Neighbourhood Characteristics and Inequality in the City of Kigali

Overview This report presents the city of Kigali’s neighbourhood characteristics and…


India: Handbook of Urban Statistics 2022

Overview SHLC India team at the National Institute of Urban Affairs has published a…


The Urban Century: Trends and Patterns of Urbanisation in Asia and Africa

Overview The dawn of the twenty-first century unfolded with the world entering the…


Conceptualizing Economic Inclusion for Street Vendors

This blog was authored by Dr Graeme Young. Our project, “Promoting Inclusive Governance for…


Promoting Inclusion for Street Vendors: Reflections on Our CDAF Project in Cali

This blog was authored by Dr Graeme Young. International projects that seek to address complex…


Art exhibition on problems of Dhaka

From May 27, Alliance Francis de Dhaka has inaugurated an extraordinary exhibition on the urban…


Cissie Gool House Zine

Suraya Scheba and Andreas Scheba For many urban residents, especially of the global south,…


From Challenge To Opportunity: Shifting Community-Based Research Online

This article was written by S. Ram Aravind and originally published by PRIA. The views expressed in…


Noapara river city, Bangladesh. Credit: Jinia Nowrin

New Research Grants to Support Urban Resilience and Liveability in Bangladesh’s Coastal Cities

This news story was written by Sumaiya Shudha and Hanna Ruszczyk from the ‘Liveable Regional…