La ville inclusive
Dans les pas de Caroline Andrew
Politique et politiques publiques
Imprint: Les Presses de l'Université d'Ottawa
La ville inclusive : dans les pas de Caroline Andrew is a festschrift in honour of this researcher's exceptional contributions, which follow a common thread—the inclusive city. Her interests extended from population studies to politics, with an emphasis on municipal governance, particularly through her interest in the influence of various “equity-seeking groups,” an expression she coined.
In this volume, specialists in urban studies offer their own opinions on contemporary urbanity in the wake of her trailblazing research. It includes thorough analyses of inclusion policy issues Canadian cities face daily, unpublished case studies, and useful observations and proposals for decision making at the city level.
La ville inclusive is one of those rare French-language books that tackles the issue of inclusion. It acts as a multidisciplinary meeting place in which to discuss the over-riding challenge of togetherness in a world that is increasingly urbanized and fragmented.