Thursday, November 12, 2020

Bi-Weekly Manchester Briefing #20 (12 November 2020) Cities for a Resilient Recovery: International Lessons on recovery from COVID-19

 Resilient Cities Network carries on the foundational work of 100 Resilient Cities.


Bi-Weekly Manchester Briefing #20 (12 November 2020) 

Cities for a Resilient Recovery: International Lessons on recovery from COVID-19

This week, we consider how circular economy, open-source data, and digital capacities and inequalities play a key role in response and recovery from COVID-19.

International Lessons

  • Circular economy to promote healthier cities (Uruguay)
  • Supporting small retailers through strengthening digital capacities (Brazil)
  • Addressing the digital divide in education (India)
  • Learning from COVID-19 to improve city resilience (The Netherlands)
  • The release and use of Open Government Data (Germany)

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The Cities for a Resilient Recovery Weekly Briefing is part of the Cities on the Frontline campaign led by the Resilient Cities Network. You can access previous curated weekly briefings here.

Produced by The University of Manchester, UK (Professor Duncan Shaw, Dr Jennifer Bealt, Dr Nat O’Grady, and Professor Ruth Boaden) in partnership with the Resilient Cities Network (Femke Gubbels).



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