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Cities and Towns;63

Contested Public Authority in Marginal Urban Areas: Challenges for Humanitarians

Published on 1 February 2020

In urban contexts where multiple governance actors compete for authority, a clearer approach is needed on whether and how to engage these various actors in order to reach the most vulnerable host and refugee populations.

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te Lintelo, D. J. H.; Ford, H.; Liptrot, T.; Mansour, W. and Rahbany, A. (2020) 'Contested Public Authority in Marginal Urban Areas: Challenges for Humanitarians', Cities and towns 63: 52-55

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Dolf J.H. te Lintelo

Research Fellow and Cities Cluster Co-Leader

Tim Liptrot
Aline Rahbany

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published by
FMR
journal
Cities and Towns, issue 63
language
English

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Syria

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