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Where life happens: cities as inductors of development and innovation

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Cities are fundamental components of global governance in the 21st century, and are primordial to face the most pressing challenges of society, be it climate change or income inequality. This is because they are the main source of economic growth and global productivity, and where most consumption of resources and emissions of greenhouse gasses happens. The performance of a city should be measured in a way that reflects all these concerns - the strength of the economy, social conditions and the environment. To deal with these issues, significant innovation shaped by efficient governance is needed, so that it promotes and accelerates change. However, cities often lack the resources to encourage and orient different forms of innovation. Thus, how can we think about the future of cities, exploring the opportunities and challenges that we have to face?



25/06/2022 - 6pm to 7:30pm (GMT+1)

Blavatnik School of Government120 Walton St, Oxford OX2 6GG

YouTube streaming




Eduardo Paes

Prefeito do

Rio de Janeiro/RJ


Andreza Aruska

Diretora do Centro Latino-Americano da Universidade de Oxford, onde leciona ‘Cities and Citizenship in Latin America’ and ‘Politics in Brazil"