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Theme: Informal Economy & WIEGO
Occupational Group(s): Street Vendors
Lindell, Ilda. .  "Building Alliances Between Formal and Informal Workers: Experiences from Africa."  in A. Bieler, ed, I. Lindberg, ed and D. Pillay, ed.  Labour and the Challenges of Globalization: What Prospects for Transnational Solidarity??.  London:  Pluto Press.
Lindell, Ilda and Jenny Appelblad. .  "Disabling governance: Privatisation of city markets and implications for vendors‟ associations in Kampala, Uganda."  Habitat International,  Vol. 33,  Issue No. 4.
Lindell, Ilda. .  "The contested spatialities of transnational activism: gendered gatekeeping and gender struggles in an African association of informal workers."  Global Networks – A Journal of Transnational Affairs,  Vol. 11,  Issue No. 2.
Londoño, Silva and Diana Alejandra. .  "Comercio ambulante en el Centro Histórico de la Ciudad de México."  Revista Mexicana de Sociología,  Vol. 72,  Issue No. 2.
Lubaale, Grace N. and Owen Nyang’oro. 2013-09-01T00:00:00.  City Report - Informal Economy Monitoring Study: Street Vendors in Nakuru, Kenya.
Lubaale, Grace N. and Owen Nyang’oro. 2013-09-01T00:00:00.  Executive Summary - Informal Economy Monitoring Study: Street Vendors in Nakuru, Kenya.
Lund, Francie and Caroline Skinner. .  "Integrating the Informal Economy in Urban Planning and Governance: A Case Study of the Process of Policy Development in Durban, South Africa."  International Development Planning Review,  Vol. 26,  Issue No. 4.
Lund, Francie and Caroline Skinner. .  Promoting the Interests of Women in the Informal Economy: An Analysis of Street Trader Organizations in South Africa.  University of Natal.
Lund, Francie, Jillian Nicholson and Caroline Skinner. .  Street Trading.  Durban:  School of Development Studies, University of Natal..
Lund, Francie. .  Women Street Traders in Urban South Africa: A Synthesis of Selected Research Findings.  University of Natal.