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Employment and Slum Upgrading

Employment and Slum Upgrading

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Employment and Slum Upgrading
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Published by: Sustainable Neighbourhoods Network on Apr 11, 2011
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Study on employment aspects of slum upgrading: practicesand opportunities identified in two South African case studies
Prepared for the International Labour Office by:Glen Robbins and Anton Aiello
 with
Claire Goodenough, Tim Hadingham and Neil Klug
Research Report No. 69May 2006
ISBN: 1-86840-609-1Please direct any comments to: Glen Robbins (robbinsg@ukzn.ac.za)
(Images courtesy Tommy Ferreira, eThekwini Municipality)
 
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Preface
The material in this report is intended as a contribution by the International Labour Organisation tothe work of Task Force 8 on employment creation in slum upgrading. The Task Force was createdby the UN Secretary General to support the attainment of the MDGs.The geographic focus of the report is South Africa, and material from the report was circulated toSouth African stakeholders for comment. The material was also presented to a joint workshoporganised by the EPWP Unit of the South African Department of Public Works and the regionalrepresentatives of the ILO.
 
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Acknowledgements
Several policy-makers and practitioners in the fields of urban development and employmentcreation contributed to this report. The ILO and the authors acknowledge and record theirappreciation for the inputs of those people interviewed for the case studies, and for the inputs of other stakeholders who were consulted.The authors acknowledge the ILO, and in particular Tomas Stenstrom and Steven Miller, formaking the funds available for the research and for insightful comments on the text.

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