Whose Right to the City?

Toronto — 18 March 2016. Earlier this year, the journal Alternate Routes organized a conference on the theme “Sub/Urbanizing Austerity: Impacts and Alternatives.” The following presentation is from panel four of the conference: “Whose Right to the City?” Moderated by Carlo Fanelli. Presentations by: Jeff Noonan and Josephine Watson, University of Windsor: “Against ‘Housing’: Homes … Watch video »

Toronto — 18 March 2016.

Earlier this year, the journal Alternate Routes organized a conference on the theme “Sub/Urbanizing Austerity: Impacts and Alternatives.” The following presentation is from panel four of the conference: “Whose Right to the City?”

Moderated by Carlo Fanelli. Presentations by:

  • Jeff Noonan and Josephine Watson, University of Windsor: “Against ‘Housing’: Homes as a Human Life-Requirement”
  • Paul Bocking, York University: “Campaigning Against Neoliberalism in the Inner Suburbs: A Candidate’s Experience in Scarborough”

Organized by Alternate Routes: A Journal of Critical Social Research.