A group of architects from India wants to take some lessons in Brazilian favelas from Mumbai to improve living conditions in poor regions of the Indian city. Architects and planners of the Institute of Urbanology – a foundation dedicated to research and dissemination of ideas of urbanism, based in Mumbai – believe that the Indian government has several initiatives to rebuild housing ended up producing only corruption, decrepit buildings and miserable neighborhoods.
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