The course is structured around 12 modules, with special emphasis on the sources of popular power and public policies in the areas of urban planning and management, housing, environment and civic security.
1. Theoretical sources of participatory democracy.
2. Why the World Bank supports participatory budgeting?
3. From popular sovereignty to the exclusion of citizens’ participation.
4. Public Space: a critique of the concepts of exclusion and segregation.
5. The collapse of urban planning in the big cities.
6. The management of the commons, participatory democracy and capitalism.
7. Urban violence, social movements and citizens’ security.
8. Crisis of capitalism and inflection of the neoliberal project.
9. Capital-led direct democracy.
10. Social housing and mega-projects.
11. Progressive alternative to the 'new urban governance' approach.
12. The emergence of a new paradigm in urban policy.
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