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Organizing participatory urban services

Kuan, Hsin-chi.

Organizing participatory urban services

the Mutual Aid Committees in Hong Kong

by Kuan, Hsin-chi.

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Published by Centre for Hong Kong Studies in Hong Kong .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Kuan Hsin-chi, Lau Siu-kai, Ho Kam-fai.
SeriesOccasional papers / Centre for Hong Kong Studies -- no. 2
ContributionsLau, Siu-kai., Ho, Kam-fai.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14831088M

PEOPLE’S KNOWLEDGE AND PARTICIPATORY ACTION RESEARCH Women’s Studies and Urban Education, City University of New York. ‘This book is an important contribution to helping all of us – academics and grassroots-led researchers Organizing, Nomad, European Commission and UK Research Size: 3MB. Brooklyn College is an integral part of the civic, urban, participatory and collaborative governance, civil society, civic engagement, and the cultural politics of education and health policy. Su's writing includes a book of poetry, Landia, two poetry chapbooks, and pieces in creative writing pieces in journals such as Boston Review. Samantha Kattan, Director of Organizing and Policy at UHAB, has an MS in Community and Regional Planning with a focus on affordable housing policy and participatory planning from the University of Texas at joined UHAB in , providing technical assistance to limited-equity co-ops and facilitating meetings and training workshops to strengthen co-op governance.


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