Governing private provision of public space: developing governance models and urban design that ensure inclusive, democratic public space

2016 - 2019

The main objective of the project is to enquire how governance models and urban design can ensure inclusive and democratic public space. The objective is addressed from interdisciplinary and international perspectives. The challenges of the new practice of private provision of public space are studied through the lenses of law, political science, political theory, architecture, criminology and human geography, and by a comparative, cross-national scope.

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