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Competitive Metropolises and the Prospects for Spatial Justice

Type of debate: From local and regional government actors

Territorial inequality is an ongoing debate from different platforms and stakeholders such as regional and local governemnt networks. UCLG Committee on Social Inclusion, Participatory Democracy and Human Rights,  Plaine Commune and LAVUE Center, has made  the report “Competitive Metropolises and the Prospects for Spatial Justice: the role of metropolitan areas within the global agenda of local and regional governments for the 21st century”. It is the result of a dialogue between researchers and United Cities and Local Governments network with the aim to stablish a diagnosis of the challenges posed by the development of global metropolization, offering recommendations based on local practices of metropolitan governance.

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