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.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, US Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg, US Health Equity Task Force Chair Dr. Marcella Nunez-Smith, the mayors of several global cities, and other health experts join Financial Times journalists in critical conversations about how to build fairer, healthier cities now and after the COVID-19 pandemic. Watch the recording:
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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