Rebel Streets And The Informal Economy

Author: Alison Brown
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317280083
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This book explores 'rebel streets', the challenges faced by informal economy actors and how organised groups are seeking to reframe legal understandings to create new claims to space and urban rights.

Informal Politics

Author: John Christopher Cross
Publisher: Stanford University Press
ISBN: 0804730628
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As economic crises struck the Third World in the 1970s and 1980s, large segments of the population turned to the informal economy to survive. This book looks at street vending as a political process in the largest city in the world.

El Alto Rebel City

Author: Sian Lazar
Publisher: Duke University Press
ISBN: 0822388766
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PART II This part of the book explores another of the hinges in the mediated
relationship between individual citizen and the state in El Alto, namely, trade
unions, with a special focus on the Federation of Street Traders (Federación de
Trabajadores Gremiales, Artesanos Comerciantes, Mino- ristas y Vivanderos de
la Ciudad de El Alto—La Paz; Federation of Organized Workers, Artisans, Small
Traders and Food Sellers of the City of El Alto—La Paz). The dynamic of the
chapters inverts ...

Street Democracy

Author: Sandra C. Mendiola Garcia
Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
ISBN: 1496200039
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In Street Democracy Sandra C. Mendiola García explores the political lives and economic significance of this otherwise overlooked population, focusing on the radical street vendors during the 1970s and 1980s in Puebla, Mexico’s fourth ...

Poverty Livelihoods And Governance In Africa

Author: Kempe R. Hope
Publisher: Palgrave MacMillan
ISBN: 9780230608344
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In Uganda, for example, until August 2006 an opposition rebel group known as
the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) had a notorious reputation for invading
schools and raiding villages solely for the purpose of abducting children and
turning ... Although the urban informal economy in Africa has been described as
invisible or subterranean (see chapter 2), children working on the streets of
Africa's cities are indeed the most visible face of, and immediate point of contact
with, child labor.

Latin American Index

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Army, Back to Old Ways Fierce U.S. Opposition Blocks Arias Peace Effort The
Other Path: Peru's Informal Sector Salvadoran President Josi Napoleon Duarte
has announced the formation of a seven-man commission, composed of military
and civilian leaders, to study an 18-point plan "for the humanization and
reduction of the economic, social, and political impact of the war." The proposal
was made in mid-May by rebel military leader Joaquin Villalobos on behalf of the

Technical Publication Series

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The five-year rebel war has had its effect, with increase in migration to Freetown
and a considerable decline in resource from war-affected areas. ... Over 50% of
the population is below the poverty line, and low incomes in the formal sector
push employees in this sector on to part-time jobs in the informal sector where
earnings are higher. Policies and ... The informal sector also provides
opportunities for a large number of the displaced, most of whom are engaged in
street trading.

Cape Verde

Author: Richard Andrew Lobban
Publisher: Westview Pr
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and fascist state, the rebelado movement inevitably took on political overtones.
More specifically, the ... When the rebelados refused to allow their homes to be
fumigated during a government antimalaria campaign, the colonial authorities
began to see their movement as a threat; rebelado leaders were subsequently
arrested, interrogated, and banished to other islands. ... Many women also work
in the informal sector street markets, selling cloth, clothes, footwear, and
processed foods.

Workers In The Informal Sector

Author: Sabyasachi Bhattacharya
Publisher: Palgrave MacMillan
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The implications 51 Monica Schuler, 'Akan Slave Rebellions in the British
Carribean', Savacou, 1, 1 (June 1970). Reprinted in Hilary Beckles and Verene
Shepherd (eds), Caribbean Slave Society and Economy: A Student Reader (
Kingston and London 1991), pp. 373—86, here pp. ... Arson, whether in the fields
of the pre-industrial world or in the streets of the urbanized world, requires
technological rather than organization resources, and not much of the former,
either. Riots require ...

The Economist

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HAVANA Hurricanes have added to the woes of the downturn Barack Obama's
BlackBerry Subject: Wall Street Another look inside the ... Thousands of idealistic
young Latin Americans, and many more innocent bystanders, were slaughtered
in failed attempts to mimic Mr Castro's Rebel Army. ... What matters for Cuban
livelihoods is access to hard currency, through remittances or a widespread
informal economy, rather than derisory wages or the threadbare official ration