Urban Health in Johannesburg: Migration, Exclusion and Inequality
Jo Vearey. (2017). Urban Health in Johannesburg: Migration, Exclusion and Inequality. Urban Forum, 28(1). [OPEN ACCESS]
With over 60% of the South African population residing in urban areas, and increases in the proportion of populations residing in towns and cities in the region, the need to understand and respond to urban health is increasingly important. In this issue, insights into how migration and mobility are mediating health within an African urban context are brought together. The papers bring the voices of different urban migrant groups to the fore and provide fresh perspectives on approaches for exploring how to research and respond to migration, mobility, and urban health in southern Africa. Advocating for mixed method and multi-disciplinary approaches, the papers provide important contributions to multi-disciplinary thinking around complex social issues.
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