DPU-UCL, April news
The invisible burden of care work: women as producers of sanitation infrastructures. New blog by Namita Kyathsandra.
It’s time we unveil the hidden everyday experiences. A new blog by Amanda Hoang reflections on gendered sanitation infrastructures.
In bitterness you can find sweetness: insights from the 2022 world toilet day “making the invisible visible” overdue campaign by Nadine Coetzee and Nelly Leblond, with contributions from Adriana Allen, Claudy Vouhé and Julia Wesely.
Governmentality and urbanism: Reflections on five decades of change in China. A Bartlett dialogue between Prof. Le-Yin Zhang (DPU) and Prof. Fulong Wu (Bartlett School of Planning), chaired by Prof. Julio D. Dávila (DPU)
DPU PhD thesis on global and local approaches to inner-city change: identifies a concept of ‘kaleidoscopic densification’ to explain the repopulation of inner-city Santiago.
Where are Israel’s protests against legal reform heading? – BBC Newsnight. Following the growing protests in Israel against the evolving policies of the current government, the DPU’s Haim Yacobi spoke to BBC News on BBC Newsnight.