Social waters: Embeddedness and environmental justice in Greater Khartoum

Table of Contents
Acknowledgements …… p. i
INTRODUCTION: Embedding waters in society: environmental justice at the urban margins (Barbara Casciarri) …. p. iii


Ch. 1. Beyond pipes and norms: access to water at a relocation site (Tawidat) (Agnès de Geoffroy)……. p. 2


Ch. 2. Self-organization and drinking water among recent economic migrants in a peripheral area of Khartoum (Bawga Al-Sherig) (François Ireton) .……… p. 15


Ch. 3. Tribal dynamics under the water network: the case of former nomad Batahin in peri-urban Khartoum (Idd Babiker) (Barbara Casciarri) ……………. p. 28


Ch. 4. Urbanizing the village: perirurban transition and water access in Serau, Omdurman (Salma Mohamed Abdalmunim Abdalla)……… p. 48


Ch. 5. From exclusion to inclusion: water and social dynamics in Mayo, a peripheral neighborhood in Khartoum (Mai Azzam) …..….. p. 66


Ch. 6. “We are thirsty!”: reflections on protest movements for water access in Khartoum 2015-2016 (Barbara Casciarri and Clément Deshayes) ………………….. p. 84


Glossary and Acronyms ……………………….… p. 100
About the authors ………………………………….. p. 102


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