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Images of the ‘Jungle’ in Breach by Olumide Popoola and Annie Holmes
Jopi Nyman

all: smiles at the young Sudanese men, gangly-tall, whisking along on bicycles; smiles at the Eritrean women darting in and out of the café-bar, even though she can't catch the eye of any of them; smiles at Kurdish families in thick coats, big-eyed children peering out from under their hood; smiles at the Afghan men behind their raw-plank counters of general dealers … Seriously, you'd reconsider all those things you've been saying if you could only see how everyone gets along, how considerate people are of each other. (Holmes, 2016c : 66

in Border images, border narratives
Exploring the real-time smart city dashboard
Michiel de Lange

untouched for a while. For example, the Waze real-time traffic app payoff is: ‘Outsmarting traffic, together’: see (Hind and Gekker, 2014). Currently I am involved in a series of research projects called ‘The Hackable City’. See (accessed 4 December 2017). This is an insight I took from DEAF 2014, where Jacob Burns and Steffen Kraemer presented their work for Forensic Architecture about drone strikes in Afghanistan that keep making civilian casualties without the world responding. See: www

in Time for mapping
Transnational reflections from Brazilians in London and Maré, Rio de Janeiro
Cathy McIlwaine, Miriam Krenzinger, Yara Evans, and Eliana Sousa Silva

Criminology , 4 : 32–56 . Esser , D. ( 2014 ). Security scales: Spectacular and endemic violence in post-invasion Kabul, Afghanistan . Environment and Urbanization , 26 : 373–88 . Evans , Y. , Dias , G. , Martins , A. Jr , Souza, A. , and Tonhati , T. ( 2015 ). Diversidade de oportunidades: Brasileiros em Londres . London : Grupo de Estudos Sobre Brasileiros no Reino Unido . Evans , Y. , and McIlwaine , C. ( 2017 ). Supporting Brazilian women in London: Service provision for survivors of violence against women and girls (VAWG) . London

in Urban transformations and public health in the emergent city