Cohosted by the Financial Times and the Chicago Council on Global Affairs.
Changing Cities. New Realities.
Cities are in upheaval. The COVID-19 pandemic has transformed how people live and work in cities and deepened racial, social, and economic inequities. As communities around the world adapt and rebuild, how can the post-COVID city contribute to a more sustainable, equitable, and resilient future?
Join us at the NEW Pritzker Forum on Global Cities, redesigned as a platform for yearlong conversations on the most pressing issues facing cities and urban life today. Over the next 12 months, through live stream programs, high-level workshops, and a variety of digital content, we will explore the broader themes of adapting governance, pursuing equity, and reimagining resilience in our cities.
As the COVID-19 pandemic sheds light on urban inequalities, what does equitable urban life look like?
VIRTUAL EVENT: Pursuing Equity
Hear from mayors and national leaders as we discuss the state of urban governance in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic and the upcoming US presidential election.
PAST EVENT VIDEO: Adapting Governance
The Pritzker Forum on Global Cities is a platform for a yearlong series of conversations on the most pressing issues facing cities and urban life.
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