Ms Maeve Powell1 1Australian National University, Canberra, Australia   Geographers, sociologists and anthropologists have long argued for a collective ‘right to the city’. This concept has been applied to topics such as political movements, race, and gender and sexuality. There...
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Ms Anna Carlson1, Mr Max Mitropoulos1 1University Of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia   In this paper, we draw on the theoretical framework outlined above to critically examine the (continuing) operation of Boundary Streets in our home context of Brisbane. Using Boundary...
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Dr Naama Blatman-thomas1 1The University Of Sydney   Repossession of land by Indigenous people is commonly understood as a legal act that unfolds within the confines of state apparatuses. But for many Indigenous urbanites, legal repossession is both impossible and...
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Mr Paul Dornan1 1Swinburne University Of Technology, Melbourne, Australia   With neoliberalism established as global political and economic orthodoxy, the public space has come under increasing threat. Collective social organizations, such as those that feature in many of the world’s...
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