Shabana Shiraz

Shabana Shiraz is an urban practitioner with a keen interest in participatory pro poor urban planning and governance. Her perennial fascination for cities and its people has prompted her to be actively engaged in research and dialogue revolving around exploring how both these can work towards the benefit of each other. She recently completed an MSc in Development Management at LSE.

Content by Shabana Shiraz
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    SDG 11: Supporting the delivery of cities that work for all

    Continuing with our series on the SDGs and the new global agenda, Shabana Shiraz considers how Goal 11, which focuses specifically on urban development can aid existing efforts across South Asia to tackle inequality and make cities safer and more sustainable. This post forms part of a cross-blog series on the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development run by the...

    7 Oct 2015 | Shabana Shiraz