ENGLISH INDIA. “Vendors Still Favourite Stop Shop in Ranchi.” Times of India (27 May 2012) by Kelly Kislaya. Even after many branded showrooms being opened in the city, the street vendors are favourites among most of the Ranchiites. But still no one is there to listen to their woes. Many promises of providing vending zones… Read more »
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Today’s photo comes from Belo Horizonte, Brazil, where a street vendor serves up a tasty meal. Recent news on street vendors in Brazil.
Given recent banning of 100,000 street vendors São Paulo, Brazil, today Inclusive Cities features the gorgeous photobook Trabalhadores de Rua em São Paulo (Street Vendors in São Paulo). Street vendors are already an intrinsic part of the scenery of daily life in São Paulo. They are usually installed at points of high pedestrian traffic, where… Read more »
StreetNet International Council Gives Full Support to May 31st Protest of the São Paulo Street Vendors Siguiente versión en español. Version française ci-dessous. The StreetNet International Council, meeting in Bogota, on May 26th 2012, has been informed that the Municipal Authorities in Sao Paulo Brazil have taken the drastic decision to prohibit street vending. On Saturday,… Read more »
Today’s success story, from Inclusive Cities’ Changing Cities, Changing Lives series, comes from the Warwick Junction trading area in Durban, South Africa. Warwick’s success has particular resonance this week in light of the recent ban on street traders in São Paulo. “Many Traders, One Voice” tells the story of Warwick Junciton — a thriving… Read more »