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CURI Newsletter

A Public Forum on Urban Dacay

Event Date: 
Tue, 2016-08-16 14:00 - 17:00
Event Venue: 
Space 108, ADD Building, University of Nairobi

NAI NI WHO

NAI NI WHO festival is back! It's all about celebrating the city and its uniqueness. Join a number of Nairobians in the City Centre tours every sunday until August 21, 2016 

Event Date: 
Sun, 2016-08-14 23:00 - Sun, 2016-08-21 12:30
Event Venue: 
See poster for details

Nairobi Innovation Week

CURI Seminar on Urbanization, Economic Development and Climate Resilience Dynamics in Kenya

On July 11, 2016, the Centre for Urban Research and Innovation (CURI) and partners organized a seminar themed “Urbanization, Economic Growth and Climate Resilience in Kenya, Challenges and Opportunities”. The seminar explored the nexus between urban growth and development, economic development and climate change.

2ND Nairobi Innovations Week

Nairobi Innovation Week is a signature annual event to celebrate and recognize innovations that are relevant to our society. The objectives of the innovations week include: - 

Event Date: 
Wed, 2016-08-03 00:00 - Sun, 2016-08-07 00:00
Event Venue: 
University of Nairobi, Main Campus

2ND Nairobi Innovations Week

Nairobi Innovation Week is a signature annual event to celebrate and recognize innovations that are relevant to our society. The objectives of the week include: - 

Event Date: 
Wed, 2016-08-03 00:00 - Sun, 2016-08-07 00:00
Event Venue: 
University of Nairobi, Main Campus

Sample event 1

I am testing this out !!!!

Event Date: 
Tue, 2016-08-02 00:00 - Wed, 2016-08-03 00:00
Event Venue: 
Nairobi University
News letter: 

Policy Brief - Sustainable Solutions Towards Prevention of Slum Gentrification after Land Allocation to Individual Squatters

One way through which poverty in cities is manifested is through proliferation of slums and informal settlements. To address the question of growing slums, various policy interventions have been attempted including but not limited to; issuance of land titles to informal settlers/squatters, slum upgrading through enabling approaches such as infrastructure improvement and slum eradication through evictions.

Policy Brief - Alternatives to eviction, scenarios for access to land by the urban poor in Kiandutu Informal Settlement Thika, Kenya

Establishing land rights in informal settlements is more often than not a protracted engagement pitting the government on one side and the land owner(s) and the slum dwellers on the other. In the ensuing contestation over the land, the government either at the national or county level has to also contend with its responsibility to maintain order and safety through planned developments by exercising its police power/development control.

Policy Brief - Sustainable Solutions Towards Prevention of Slum Gentrification after Land Allocation to Individual Squatters

One way through which poverty in cities is manifested is through proliferation of slums and informal settlements. To address the question of growing slums, various policy interventions have been attempted including but not limited to; issuance of land titles to informal settlers/squatters, slum upgrading through enabling approaches such as infrastructure improvement and slum eradication through evictions.

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