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May 26 2020. 9:00 AM – 10:30 AM EST
How are cities confronting the coronavirus pandemic? Amidst these uncertain and complex times, the IDB Cities Network’s webinar series aims to create a virtual space in which local city leaders can discuss their experiences in managing the Coronavirus pandemic from a health and socioeconomic perspective.
Vivid Economics’ Principal, James Patterson-Waterston will be participating in this webinar which focuses on how to reactivate employment, investment, urban mobility and the use of public space in the post-pandemic city? Collaboration and urban innovation will be crucial for socio-economic solutions aligned with sustainable development goals.
In the sixth meeting of the webinar cycle of the IDB Cities Network on local management in the coronavirus crisis. On this occasion, participants will learn about the following experiences, strategies and actions on economic reactivation of cities.
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