- Title Pages
- List of figures and tables
- Notes on contributors
1Introduction: Self-building as a right to the city
2The institutionalisation of self-build governance: exemplifying governance relationships in São Paulo/ Brazil/ Latin America
3Contested governance of housing for low-and middle-income groups in European city-regions: the pivotal role of commissioning
4Self-building in contested spaces: livelihoods and productivity challenges of the urban poor in Africa
5My House, My Life Programme – Entities: two self-management experiences in the city of São Paulo
6The Solano Trindade housing occupation as an urban self-management project in metropolitan Rio de Janeiro
7Self-management and the production of habitat: a case study of the Alianza Solidaria Housing Cooperative in Quito
8Residents’ experiences of self-build housing
9Residential experiences in times of shifting housing regimes in Istanbul
10The experience of an African city: urban areas in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso
11The implications of self-build for the social and spatial shape of city-regions: exemplifying the cases of São Paulo and Amsterdam
12From neighbourhood self-organisation to city building: the case of Bathore, Kamëz (Albania)
13Conclusion: The normalisation of moral ownership
- The Self-Build Experience
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