Schooling, rights and urban poverty
Chege, Fatuma N.
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Young people's narratives of citizenship in two sub-Saharan cities Madeleine Arnot, Leslie Casely-Hayford and Fatuma Chege Introduction In Africa, as elsewhere, there is a growing obsession with belonging, along with new questions concerning conventional assumptions about nationality and citizenship. (F. Nyamnjoh, quoted in Yuval-Davis 2006: 207) This chapter explores the ways in which young people living in poverty in two cities in sub-Saharan Africa–namely Nairobi (Kenya) and Accra (Ghana)–interpret the concept