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Slums, justice and health: From neighbourhood to nation

Jason Corburn, associate professor, city and regional planning | September 21, 2012

In Buenos Aires, Argentina, the government has established neighborhood “justice centers,” where residents of the city’s poorest areas can get legal assistance to gain access to government services, including health care, housing and other life-supporting programs. The model is similar to what the Asian Development Bank is supporting in Bangledesh, where a network of community … Continue reading »