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Speaker(s): Professor Bruce Katz, Professor Anne Power
Chair: Donal Durkan, Mathieu Goetzke

Recorded on 24 May 2016 at Old Theatre, Old Building

Cities for a Small Continent is an international handbook, drawing together 10 years of ground-level research into the causes and consequences of Europe's biggest urban challenges. This event explores the potential for former industrial cities to offer a more sustainable future for a crowded European continent.

Bruce Katz (@bruce_katz) is the Centennial Scholar at the Brookings Institution, where he focuses on the challenges and opportunities of global urbanisation.

Anne Power is a Professor of Social Policy and Director of LSE Housing and Communities.

Donal Durkan is Head of Regeneration at Belfast City Council.

Mathieu Goetzke is the Director of Planning at the City of Lille.

LSE Housing and Communities (@LSEHousing) is a research and consultancy group within the Centre for Analysis of Social Exclusion (CASE). They have over twenty years of research experience in low-income areas, covering housing, regeneration, family life, communities and sustainable retrofit, for over 15 years.

La Fabrique de la Cité (@FabriquelaCite) is a Paris-based think tank promoting discussion and leadership on urban transitions, set up by VINCI in 2010. Its interdisciplinary approach brings together thought leaders and international players to uncover good urban development practices and put forward new ways of building and rebuilding cities.

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