African Cities: World-Class versus Pro-Poor?

Vanessa Watson

Article featured in the catalogue of the exhibition “Africa: Big Change, Big Chance”, held at the Triennale di Milano (15th October - 28th December 2014), edited by Benno Albrecht..

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