We discuss why do people move, and how is this movement changing cities?
By 2050, it is estimated that the number of people living in urban areas in Africa and Asia will have doubled to 5.2 billion. Most of this urban growth will be from internal migrants. In this podcast we hear from Professor Michael Collyer, Principal Investigator on the Society’s research programme, Migrants on the margins. We discuss why people move, and how this movement is changing cities.
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