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Culture and Safety in Africa

May 3, 2012

Research Approach

International and Comparative This research analyses and compares the impact of public art and cultural events on urban safety in three African cities: Douala, Luanda, and Johannesburg. Each city presents different features from socioeconomic, political, cultural and linguistic (English-, French-, … Continue reading

May 3, 2012


Methodological Framework and Methodology Guide The development of a research methodology is a central aspect of the research and part of the project activities. The methodology framework consists of the identification of key sociological and urban factors, questions, and comparable … Continue reading

May 3, 2012

Organisation of the Project

Roles and Tasks Coordinators The coordinators manage the project, coordinate the team, organize the meetings, produce the intermediate report and the final report; report to the team members and to snis (internal communication). Meetings contribute to strengthen the team and … Continue reading

May 3, 2012

Expected Results and Outputs

The project produces an interdisciplinary and comparative research on the impact of cultural events and public art on urban safety with specific case studies in Douala, Johannesburg and Luanda and with comparative analysis. More specifically the project produces: 1. updated … Continue reading