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Urbanisme et discrimination

Abstract : Discrimination is likely to adopt a two-faced attitude when it comes to town-planning. To avert urban chaos, the law applicable to town-planning must first endeavour to distinguish between the different portions of space in the city or conurbation, determine their present physical and demographic characteristics and their potential for change. This technical aspect of discrimination, virtually intrinsically righteous, is often overshadowed by a more sombre aspect, which leads us back to the pejorative sense of discrimination. Town-planning procedures may be diverted in order to further or, on the contrary, to infringe certain private interests.
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François Priet. Urbanisme et discrimination. Cahiers de la recherche sur les droits fondamentaux , 2016, 14, pp.11-20. ⟨hal-02170555⟩



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