City Research Team
Nasya Razavi is a Post-Doctoral Visitor with GenUrb, leading the Cochabamba City Research Team. Nasya recently completed her Ph.D. at the Department of Geography & Planning at Queen's University. Her dissertation, "Social Control and Public Water in Cochabamba, Bolivia" examines participatory practices in water governance, focusing on the remunicipalisation of water services. It is under contract with Routledge and will be published in 2021.Nasya is also affiliated with the Municipal Services Project, an international research programme on policy alternatives in municipal service delivery. Nasya has previously worked for the Government of Canada, and as coordinator of a joint research program between the Cooperation Canada and the Canadian Association for the Study of International Development. Nasya has been awarded a SSHRC Post-doctoral fellowship for 2022-2024. Her project is titled, Caring Cities: experiences of care work in Bolivia.
1. Razavi N.S. (2020) Women in Cities: The Nexus Between SDG 5 and SDG 11. In: Leal Filho W., Azul A., Brandli L., Lange Salvia A., Wall T. (eds) Gender Equality. Encyclopedia of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-70060-1_153-1
2. Carpeta de Datos de la Cuidad de Cochabamba y el Municipio de Sacaba (Report on Sacaba and Cochabamba) by María Esther Pozo and Sonia Pardo Burgoa
3. Razavi N.S. (2020) Mandala de la vida: Mandala of life Storytelling Workshop Guide. Gender, urbanization, and the global South: A transformative knowledge network.