This second book based on research carried out under the Safe and Inclusive Cities
initiative focuses its attention on interventions to address the extremely complex,
diverse, layered, and often inter-connected forms of violence experienced in cities of the Global South. In a scenario where the state is often implicated as a perpetrator of
violence and where social cohesion is frayed with groups pitched against each other,
as the chapters illustrate, interventions are bound to be embedded in the complexity
of the violence and hence ‘imperfect’. But, there is a lot to be learned from them as
works in progress.

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