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Annexe 1 Case studies included in the sample

  1. Annexe 1 Case studies included in the sample
  2. References
  • Abah, O.S. and Okwori, J.Z. (2006) ‘Oil and Accountability Issues in the Niger Delta’, in P.Newell and J.Wheeler, (eds), Rights, Resources and the Politics of Accountability, London and New York : Zed.
  • Abah, O.S. and Okwori, J.Z. (2005) ‘A Nation in Search of Citizens: Problems of Citizenship in the Nigerian Context’, in N.Kabeer, (ed), Inclusive Citizenship: Meanings and Expressions, London and New York : Zed.
  • Alonso, A. (2010) ‘Hybrid Activism: Paths of Globalization in the Brazilian Environmental Movement’, in J.Gaventa and R.Tandon, (eds), Globalizing Citizens: New Dynamics of Inclusion and Exclusion, London and New York : Zed.
  • Alonso, A. (2009) Hybrid Activism: Paths of Globalisation in the Brazilian Environmental Movement, IDS Working Paper 332, Brighton : IDS.
  • Alonso, A. and Costa, V. (2005) ‘Environmental Perception and Political Mobilization in Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo: A Comparative Analysis’, in M.Leach, I.Scoones and B.Wynne, (eds), Science and Citizens: Globalization and the Challenge of Engagement. London and New York : Zed.
  • Alonso, A.; Costa, V. and Maciel, D. (2010) ‘Environmental Activism in Brazil: The Rise of a Social Movement’, in L.Thompson and C.Tapscott, (eds), Citizenship and Social Movements: Perspectives from the Global South, London and New York : Zed.
  • Alonso, A.; Costa, V. and Maciel, D. (2005) The Formation of the Brazilian Environmental Movement, IDS Working Paper 259, Brighton : IDS.
  • Ansley, F. (2005) ‘Constructing Citizenship without a License: The Struggle of Undocumented Immigrants in the USA for Livelihoods and Recognition’, in N.Kabeer, (ed.), Inclusive Citizenship: Meanings and Expressions, London and New York : Zed.
  • Avritzer, L. (2010) ‘Democratizing Urban Policy in Brazil: Participation and the Right to the City’, in J.Gaventa and R.McGee, (eds), Winning Change: Citizen Activism and National Policy, London and New York : Zed.
  • Barnes, M. (2007) ‘Whose Spaces? Contestations and Negotiations in Health and Community Regeneration Forums in England’, in A.Cornwall and V. SchattanCoelho, (eds), Spaces for Change? The Politics of Participation in New Democratic Arenas, London and New York : Zed.
  • Baviskar, A. (2010) ‘Winning the Right to Information in India: Is Knowledge Power?’, in J.Gaventa and R.McGee, (eds), Winning Change: Citizen Activism and National Policy, London and New York : Zed.
  • Borras Jr., S.M. and Franco, J.C. (2010) ‘Campaigns for Land and Citizenship Rights: The Dynamics of Transnational Agrarian Movements’, in J.Gaventa and R.Tandon, (eds), Globalising Citizens: New Dynamics of Inclusion and Exclusion, London and New York : Zed.
  • Borras Jr., S.M. and Franco, J.C. (2010) ‘Redistributing Land in the Philippines: Social Movements and State Reforms’, in J.Gaventa and R.McGee, (eds), Winning Change: Citizen Activism and National Policy, London and New York : Zed.
  • Borras Jr., S.M. and Franco, J.C. (2009) Transnational Agrarian Movements: Struggling for Land and Citizenship Rights, IDS Working Paper 323, Brighton : IDS.
  • Cassidy, R. and Leach, M. (2010) ‘Mediated Health Citizenships: Living with HIV and Engaging with the Global Fund in the Gambia’, in J.Gaventa and R.Tandon, (eds), Globalizing Citizens: New Dynamics of Inclusion and Exclusion, London and New York : Zed.
  • Cassidy, R. and Leach, M. (2009) AIDS, Citizenship and Global Funding: A Gambian Case Study, IDS Working Paper 325, Brighton : IDS.
  • Chilvers, J. (2005) ‘Democratizing Science in the UK: The Case of Radioactive Waste Management’, in M.Leach, I.Scoones and B.Wynne, (eds), Science and Citizens: Globalization and the Challenge of Engagement, London and New York : Zed.
  • Coelho, V. (2007) ‘Brazilian Health Councils: Including the Excluded?’, in A.Cornwall and V. SchattanCoelho, (eds), Spaces for Change? The Politics of Participation in New Democratic Arenas, London and New York : Zed.
  • Coelho, V. and Favareto, A. (2010) ‘Participation, Inclusion and Development under Conditions of Social Mobilization’, in L.Thompson and C.Tapscott, (eds), Citizenship and Social Movements: Perspectives from the Global South, London and New York : Zed.
  • Coelho, V.; Ferraz, A.; Fanti, F. and Ribeiro, M. (2010) ‘Mobilization and Participation: A Win-Win Game?’, in V. SchattanCoelho and B.von Lieres, (eds), Mobilising for Democracy: Citizen Action and the Politics of Public Participation, London and New York : Zed.
  • Cornwall, A. (2007) ‘Democratising the Governance of Health Services: The Case of Cabo de Santo Agostinho, Brazil’, in A.Cornwall and V. SchattanCoelho, (eds), Spaces for Change? The Politics of Participation in New Democratic Arenas, London and New York : Zed.
  • Cornwall, A.; Cordeiro, S. and Delgado, N.G. (2006) ‘Rights to Health and Struggles for Accountability in a Brazilian Municipal Health Council’, in P.Newell and J.Wheeler, (eds), Rights, Resources and the Politics of Accountability, London and New York : Zed.
  • Cortez Ruiz, C. (2010) ‘The Struggle towards Rights and Communitarian Citizenship: The Zapatista Movement in Mexico’, in L.Thompson and C.Tapscott, (eds), Citizenship and Social Movements: Perspectives from the Global South, London and New York : Zed.
  • Cortez Ruiz, C. (2005) ‘Rights and Citizenship of Indigenous Women in Chiapas: A History of Struggles, Fears and Hopes’, in N.Kabeer, (ed.), Inclusive Citizenship: Meanings and Expressions, London and New York : Zed.
  • Cortez Ruiz, C. and Paré, L. (2006) ‘Conflicting Rights, Environmental Agendas and the Challenges of Accountability: Social Mobilisation and Protected Natural Areas in Mexico’, in P.Newell and J.Wheeler, (eds), Rights, Resources and the Politics of Accountability, London and New York : Zed.
  • Favareto, A.; Galvanese, C.; Menino, F.; Coelho, V. and Kawamura, Y. (2010) ‘How Styles of Activism Influence Social Participation and Democratic Deliberation’, in V. SchattanCoelho and B.von Lieres, (eds), Mobilising for Democracy: Citizen Action and the Politics of Public Participation, London and New York : Zed.
  • Ferreira, I. and Roque, S. (2010) ‘The Nucleo Representativo das Associações (NRA) do Dombe Grande: Building Democracy and Citizenship at the Local Level’, in V. SchattanCoelho and B.von Lieres, (eds), Mobilising for Democracy: Citizen Action and the Politics of Public Participation, London and New York : Zed.
  • Friedman, S. (2010) ‘Gaining Comprehensive AIDS Treatment in South Africa: The Extraordinary “Ordinary”’, in J.Gaventa and R.McGee, (eds), Citizen Action and National Policy: Making Change Happen, London and New York : Zed.
  • Fuentes, C. (2010) ‘Protecting the Child in Chile: Civil Society and the State’, in J.Gaventa and R.McGee, (eds), Citizen Action and National Policy: Making Change Happen, London and New York : Zed.
  • Gaventa, J. and Mayo, M. (2010) ‘Spanning Citizenship Spaces through Transnational Coalitions: The Case of the Global Campaign for Education’, in J.Gaventa and R.Tandon, (eds), Globalizing Citizens: New Dynamics of Inclusion and Exclusion, London and New York : Zed.
  • Gaventa, J. and Mayo, M. (2009) Spanning Citizenship Spaces through Transnational Coalitions: The Case of the Global Campaign for Education, IDS Working Paper 327, Brighton : IDS.
  • Genus, A. and Rogers-Hayden, T. (2005) ‘Genetic Engineering in Aotearoa, New Zealand: A Case of Opening up or Closing down Debate?’, in M.Leach, I.Scoones and B.Wynne, (eds), Science and Citizens: Globalization and the Challenge of Engagement, London and New York : Zed.
  • Gurza Lavalle, A.; Castello, G. and Mirandola Bichir, R. (2008) The Backstage of Civil Society: Protagonisms, Networks and Affinities between Civil Organisations in São Paulo, IDS Working Paper 299, Brighton : IDS.
  • Hossain, N. (2009) Rude Accountability in the Unreformed State: Informal Pressures on Frontline Bureaucrats in Bangladesh, IDS Working Paper 319, Brighton : IDS.
  • Houtzager, P.; Acharya, A. and Gurza Lavalle, A. (2007) Associations and the Exercise of Citizenship in New Democracies: Evidence from São Paulo and Mexico City, IDS Working Paper 285, Brighton : IDS.
  • Houtzager, P.; Acharya, A. and Gurza Lavalle, A. (2003) Who Participates? Civil Society and the New Democratic Politics in São Paulo, Brazil, IDS Working Paper 210, Brighton : IDS.
  • Huq, S.P. (2005) ‘Bodies as Sites of Struggle: Naripokkho and the Movement for Women's Rights in Bangladesh’, in N.Kabeer, (ed), Inclusive Citizenship: Meanings and Expressions. London and New York : Zed.
  • Ibrahim, J. and Egwu, S. (2010) ‘Citizen Action and the Consolidation of Democracy in Nigeria: A Study of the 2007 Movement’, in V. SchattanCoelho and B.von Lieres, (eds), Mobilising for Democracy: Citizen Action and the Politics of Public Participation, London and New York : Zed.
  • Icaza, R.; Newell, P. and Saguier, M. (2010) ‘Citizenship and Trade Governance in the America’, in J.Gaventa and R.Tandon, (eds) Globalizing Citizens: New Dynamics of Inclusion and Exclusion, London and New York : Zed.
  • Icaza, R.; Newell, P. and Saguier, M. (2009) Democratising Trade Politics in the Americas: Insights from the Women's Environmental and Labour Movements, IDS Working Paper 328, Brighton : IDS.
  • Ilkkaracan, P. (2010) ‘Re/forming Laws to Secure Women's Rights in Turkey: The Campaign on the Penal Code’, in J.Gaventa and R.McGee, (eds), Citizen Action and National Policy: Making Change Happen, London and New York : Zed.
  • Kabeer, N. (2005) ‘“Growing” Citizenship from the Grassroots: Nijera Kori and Social Mobilization in Bangladesh’, in N.Kabeer, (ed.), Inclusive Citizenship: Meanings and Expressions, London and New York : Zed.
  • Kabeer, N. (2003) Making Rights Work for the Poor: Nijera Kori and the Construction of ‘Collective Capabilities’ in Rural Bangladesh, IDS Working Paper 200, Brighton : IDS.
  • Kabeer, N. and Haq Kabir, A. (2009) Citizenship Narratives in the Absence of Good Governance: Voices of the Working Poor in Bangladesh, IDS Working Paper 331, Brighton : IDS.
  • Kabeer, N.; with Haq Kabir, A. and Huq, T.Y. (2009) Quantifying the Impact of Social Mobilisation in Rural Bangladesh: Donors, Civil Society and ‘the Road not Taken’, IDS Working Paper 333, Brighton : IDS.
  • Kabeer, N. and Mahmud, S. (2010) ‘Microfinance and Social Mobilisation: Alternative Pathways to Grassroots Democracy?’, in V. SchattanCoelho and B.von Lieres, (eds), Mobilising for Democracy: Citizen Action and the Politics of Public Participation, London and New York : Zed.
  • Layton, M.D.; Campillo Carrete, B.; Ablanedo Terrazas, I. and Sánchez Rodríguez, A.M. (2010) ‘Reducing Maternal Mortality in Mexico: Building Vertical Alliances for Change’, in J.Gaventa and R.McGee, (eds), Winning Change: Citizen Activism and National Policy, London and New York : Zed.
  • Leach, M. (2005) MMR Mobilisation: Citizens and Science in a British Vaccine Controversy, IDS Working Paper 247, Brighton : IDS.
  • Leach, M. and Scoones, I. (2007) Mobilising Citizens: Social Movements and the Politics of Knowledge, IDS Working Paper 276, Brighton : IDS.
  • Lekhi, R. and Newell, P. (2006) ‘Environmental Injustice, Law and Accountability’, in P.Newell and J.Wheeler, (eds), Rights, Resources and the Politics of Accountability, London and New York : Zed.
  • Luce, S. (2006) ‘Accountability Begins at Home: The Living Wage Movement in the United States’, in P.Newell and J.Wheeler, (eds), Rights, Resources and the Politics of Accountability, London and New York : Zed.
  • Mahmud, S. (2010) ‘Why Do Garment Workers in Bangladesh Fail to Mobilize?’, in L.Thompson and C.Tapscott, (eds), Citizenship and Social Movements: Perspectives from the Global South, London and New York : Zed.
  • Mahmud, S. (2007) ‘Spaces for Participation in Health Systems in Rural Bangladesh: The Experience of Stakeholder Community Groups’, in A.Cornwall and V. SchattanCoelho, (eds), Spaces for Change? The Politics of Participation in New Democratic Arenas, London and New York : Zed.
  • Mahmud, S. (2006) ‘Compliance versus Accountability: Struggles for Dignity and Daily Bread in the Bangladesh Garment Industry’, in P.Newell and J.Wheeler, (eds), Rights, Resources and the Politics of Accountability, London and New York : Zed.
  • Mehta, L. (2005) Unpacking Rights and Wrongs: Do Human Rights Make a Difference? The Case of Water Rights in India and South Africa, IDS Working Paper 260, Brighton : IDS.
  • Mehta, L. and Napier-Moore, R. (2010) ‘Caught between National and Global Jurisdictions: Displaced People's Struggle for Rights’, in J.Gaventa and R.Tandon, (eds), Globalizing Citizens: New Dynamics of Inclusion and Exclusion, London and New York : Zed.
  • Mehta, L.; Thompson, L. and Nleya, N. (2010) ‘Claiming Water Rights in India and South Africa’, in L.Thompson and C.Tapscott, (eds), Citizenship and Social Movements: Perspectives from the Global South, London and New York : Zed.
  • Mohanty, R. (2010) ‘Contesting Development, Reinventing Democracy: Grassroots Social Movements in India’, in L.Thompson and C.Tapscott, (eds), Citizenship and Social Movements: Perspectives from the Global South, London and New York : Zed.
  • Mohanty, R. (2010) ‘The Infinite Agenda of Social Justice: Dalit Mobilization in Indian Institutions of Local Governance’, in V. SchattanCoelho and B.von Lieres, (eds), Mobilising for Democracy: Citizen Action and the Politics of Public Participation, London and New York : Zed.
  • Mohanty, R. (2007) ‘Gendered Subjects, the State and Participatory Spaces: The Politics of Domesticating Participation in Rural India’, in A.Cornwall and V. SchattanCoelho, (eds), Spaces for Change? The Politics of Participation in New Democratic Arenas, London and New York : Zed.
  • Moncrieffe, J. (2008) Making and Unmaking the Young ‘Shotta’ [Shooter]: Boundaries and (Counter)-Actions in the ‘Garrisons’, IDS Working Paper 297, Brighton : IDS.
  • Murlidhar, V. (2005) ‘Demystifying Occupational and Environmental Health: Experiences from India’, in M.Leach, I.Scoones and B.Wynne, (eds), Science and Citizens: Globalization and the Challenge of Engagement, London and New York : Zed.
  • Newell, P.; Anand, V.; Arjjumend, H.; Jaitli, H.; Kumar, S. and Ranga Rao, A. (2006) ‘Corporate Accountability and Citizen Action: Cases from India’, in P.Newell and J.Wheeler, (eds), Rights, Resources and the Politics of Accountability, London and New York : Zed.
  • Nyamu-Musembi, C. (2010) ‘Have Civil Society Organizations’ Political Empowerment Programs at the Grassroots Level Contributed to Deepening of Democracy in Kenya?’ in V. SchattanCoelho and B.von Lieres, (eds), Mobilising for Democracy: Citizen Action and the Politics of Public Participation, London and New York : Zed.
  • Nyamu-Musembi, C. (2006) ‘From Protest to Proactive Action: Building Institutional Accountability through Struggles for the Right to Housing’, in P.Newell and J.Wheeler, (eds), Rights, Resources and the Politics of Accountability, London and New York : Zed.
  • Okello, D. (2010) ‘The Dynamics of Political Change and Transition: Civil Society, Governance and the Culture of Politics in Kenya’, in V. SchattanCoelho and B.von Lieres, (eds), Mobilising for Democracy: Citizen Action and the Politics of Public Participation, London and New York : Zed.
  • Osaghae, E.E. (2010) ‘Social Movements and Rights Claims: The Case of Action Groups in the Niger Delta’, in L.Thompson and C.Tapscott, (eds), Citizenship and Social Movements: Perspectives from the Global South, London and New York : Zed.
  • Pant, M. (2005) ‘The Quest for Inclusion: Nomadic Communities and Citizenship Questions in Rajasthan’, in N.Kabeer, (ed.), Inclusive Citizenship: Meanings and Expressions, London and New York : Zed.
  • Paré, L. and Robles, C. (2006) ‘Managing Watersheds and the Right to Water: Indigenous Communities in Search of Accountability and Inclusion in Southern Veracruz’, in P.Newell and J.Wheeler, (eds), Rights, Resources and the Politics of Accountability, London and New York : Zed.
  • Pearce, J. (2007) Violence, Power and Participation: Building Citizenship in Contexts of Chronic Violence, IDS Working Paper 274, Brighton : IDS.
  • Piper, L. and Nadvi, L. (2010) ‘Popular Mobilisation, Party Dominance and Participatory Governance in South Africa’, in L.Thompson and C.Tapscott, (eds), Citizenship and Social Movements: Perspectives from the Global South, London and New York : Zed.
  • Pittman, A. and Naciri, R. (2010) ‘Winning Women's Rights in Morocco: Cultural Adaptations and Islamic Family Law’, in J.Gaventa and R.McGee, (eds), Citizen Action and National Policy: Making Change Happen, London and New York : Zed.
  • Robins, S. (2010) ‘“How Deep is “Deep Democracy”? Global Citizenship in Local Spaces’, in V. SchattanCoelho and B.von Lieres, (eds), Mobilising for Democracy: Citizen Action and the Politics of Public Participation, London and New York : Zed.
  • Robins, S. (2010) ‘Mobilising and Mediating Global Medicine in Health Citizenship: The Politics of AIDS Knowledge Production in Rural South Africa’, in J.Gaventa and R.Tandon, (eds), Globalizing Citizens: New Dynamics of Inclusion and Exclusion, London and New York : Zed.
  • Robins, S. (2009) Mobilising and Mediating Global Medicine and Health Citizenship: The Politics of AIDS Knowledge Production in Rural South Africa, IDS Working Paper 324, Brighton : IDS.
  • Robins, S. (2005a) ‘AIDS, Science and Citizenship after Apartheid’, in M.Leach, I.Scoones and B.Wynne, (eds), Science and Citizens: Globalization and the Challenge of Engagement, London and New York : Zed.
  • Robins, S. (2005b) From ‘Medical Miracles’ to Normal(ised) Medicine: AIDS Treatment, Activism and Citizenship in the UK and South Africa, IDS Working Paper 252, Brighton : IDS.
  • Robins, S. (2005c) Rights Passages from ‘Near Death’ to ‘New Life’: AIDS Activism and Treatment Testimonies in South Africa, IDS Working Paper 251, Brighton : IDS.
  • Rodgers, D. (2007) ‘Subverting the Spaces of Invitation? Local Politics and Participatory Budgeting in Post-crisis Buenos Aires’, in A.Cornwall and V. SchattanCoelho, (eds), Spaces for Change? The Politics of Participation in New Democratic Arenas, London and New York : Zed.
  • Roque, S. and Shankland, A. (2007) ‘Participation, Mutation and Political Transition: New Democratic Spaces in Peri-urban Angola’, in A.Cornwall and V. SchattanCoelho, (eds), Spaces for Change? The Politics of Participation in New Democratic Arenas, London and New York : Zed.
  • Rusike, E. (2005) ‘Exploring Food and Farming Futures in Zimbabwe: A Citizens’ Jury and Scenario Workshop Experiment’, in M.Leach, I.Scoones and B.Wynne, (eds), Science and Citizens: Globalization and the Challenge of Engagement, London and New York : Zed.
  • Scoones, I. (2010) ‘The Politics of Global Assessments: The Case of the International Assessment of Agricultural Knowledge, Science and Technology for Development (IAASTD)’, in J.Gaventa and R.Tandon, (eds), Globalizing Citizens: New Dynamics of Inclusion and Exclusion, London and New York : Zed.
  • Scoones, I. (2008) Global Engagements with Global Assessments: The Case of the International Assessment of Agricultural Knowledge, Science and Technology for Development, IDS Working Paper 313, Brighton : IDS.
  • Scoones, I. (2005) Contentious Politics, Contentious Knowledges: Mobilising against GM Crops in India, South Africa and Brazil, IDS Working Paper 256, Brighton : IDS.
  • Shankland, A. (2010) ‘“We Got It into Our Heads that We Should Do the Job of the State”: The Indigenous Peoples’ Movement, “Forest Citizenship” and Struggles over Health Services in Acre, Brazil’, in V. SchattanCoelho and B.von Lieres, (eds), Mobilising for Democracy: Citizen Action and the Politics of Public Participation, London and New York : Zed.
  • Tapscott, C. (2010) ‘Social Mobilisation in Cape Town – A Tale of Two Communities’, in L.Thompson and C.Tapscott, (eds), Citizenship and Social Movements: Perspectives from the Global South, London and New York : Zed.
  • Thekkudan, J. (2010) ‘Enhancing Everyday Citizenship Practices: Women's Livelihoods and Global Markets’, in J.Gaventa and R.Tandon, (eds), Globalizing Citizens: New Dynamics of Inclusion and Exclusion, London and New York : Zed.
  • Thekkudan, J. and Tandon, R. (2010) Women's Livelihoods, Global Markets and Citizenship, IDS Working Paper 336, Brighton : IDS.
  • Thompson, L. (2010) ‘Mobilisation Strategies and Prospects: Civil Society Mobilisation on the Building of the Berg Dam, South Africa’, in L.Thompson and C.Tapscott, (eds), Citizenship and Social Movements: Perspectives from the Global South, London and New York : Zed.
  • Thompson, L. (2005) Managing Mobilisation? Participatory Processes and Dam Building in South Africa: the Berg River Project, IDS Working Paper 254, Brighton : IDS.
  • Thompson, L. and Nleya, N. (2010) ‘Passivity or Protest? Understanding the Dimensions of Mobilization on Rights to Services in Khayelitsha, Cape Town’, in V. SchattanCoelho and B.von Lieres, (eds), Mobilising for Democracy: Citizen Action and the Politics of Public Participation, London and New York : Zed.
  • von Lieres, B. (2007) ‘Citizen Participation in South Africa: Land Struggles and HIV/AIDS Activism’, in A.Cornwall and V. SchattanCoelho, (eds), Spaces for Change? The Politics of Participation in New Democratic Arenas, London and New York : Zed.
  • von Lieres, B. and Kahane, D. (2007) ‘Inclusion and Representation in Democratic Deliberations: Lessons from Canada's Romanow Commission’, in A.Cornwall and V. SchattanCoelho, (eds), Spaces for Change? The Politics of Participation in New Democratic Arenas, London and New York : Zed.
  • Waldman, L. (2010) ‘Mobilization and Political Momentum: Anti-asbestos Struggles in South Africa and India’, in J.Gaventa and R.Tandon, (eds) (2010) Globalizing Citizens: New Dynamics of Inclusion and Exclusion, London and New York : Zed.
  • Waldman, L. (2009) ‘Show Me the Evidence’: Mobilisation, Citizenship and Risk in Asbestos Issues, IDS Working Paper 329, Brighton : IDS.
  • Waldman, L. (2005) When Social Movements Bypass the Poor: Asbestos Pollution, International Litigation and Griqua Cultural Identity, IDS Working Paper 246, Brighton : IDS.
  • Wheeler, J.S. (2005) ‘Rights without Citizenship? Participation, Family and Community in Rio de Janeiro’, in N.Kabeer, (ed.), Inclusive Citizenship: Meanings and Expressions, London and New York : Zed.
  • Williams, J.J. (2007) ‘Social Change and Community Participation: The Case of Health Facilities Boards in the Western Cape of South Africa’, in A.Cornwall and V. SchattanCoelho, (eds), Spaces for Change? The Politics of Participation in New Democratic Arenas, London and New York : Zed.
  • Williams, J.J. (2005) ‘The Grootboom Case and the Constitutional Right to Housing: The Politics of Planning in Post-apartheid South Africa’, in N.Kabeer, (ed.), Inclusive Citizenship: Meanings and Expressions, London and New York : Zed.

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