This research cluster focuses on the following areas:
Together, they look at the relationship between social diversity, development processes and planned interventions. They explore the ways that social identities have (or have not) been addressed through development institutions, and the associated social and development consequences.
Research in this field will have a particular emphasis on:
- how issues of social diversity play out in relation to the urban setting
- where issues of space, fluidity, and rapid change create heightened possibilities for social fragmentation and conflict
- possibilities for transformation
To find out more about this cluster, please contact Julian Walker.