About Leah Moss and Davie Malungisa

Leah Moss is a policy and advocacy officer at Plan International, an international development and humanitarian organisation that advances children’s rights and equality for girls. She works on analysis and advocacy on girl’s rights and gender equality at the international level, with a focus on the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda. She holds an MSc in Global Development from Copenhagen University, and a BA in International History from the London School of Economics. Davie Malungisa is an Advocate of the High Court of South Africa and a member of the Johannesburg Society of Advocates specializing in international human rights law, environmental law, law on co-operative enterprises and a general litigation practice. Since February 2018, Davie has been a consultant on SDGs at Amnesty International’s Law and Policy Program in London, UK. His work is focused on international human rights law in the context of SDGs accountability. He has worked with partners at the UN in New York and Geneva and provided technical support to local partners in India.

Leave No One Behind in Cities: How Can Knowledge Gaps About Marginalisation Be Filled?

By |2019-07-30T10:54:28+02:00July 30th 2019|urban & metropolitan governance, , , , , , |

Street dwellers and the urban poor often don’t have access to their cities’ services. One reason behind this problem is the fact that they are not surveyed and consulted in data collection. How can this gap be filled?

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