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31 January 2020: Ricky Burdett to speak at World Urban Forum 2020
29 January 2020: Philipp Rode speaking at City Makers' Forum -- How is London responding to the Climate Emergency?
17 January 2020: LSE Cities newsletter is out, including project updates, research highlights, and upcoming events
4 January 2020: Philipp Rode in WIRED article on cities and climate change
22 February 2019: Ed Charlton speaks at Early Career Research Collaboration Workshop on Urban Lives
21 February 2019: Ricky Burdett delivers talk in Madrid on ‘Shaping Cities in an Urban Age’
18 February 2019: Mayor of Chicago, Rahm Emanuel, delivers public lecture at LSE
13 February 2019: Executive MSc in Cities participant presents Amaravati Taskforce Report at Happy Cities Summit
23 January 2019: New special issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs
15 January 2019: Lent Term LSE Cities Seminars: The Emotional Life of the City
7 December 2018: Over 400 people attend Urban Age conference in Addis Ababa
14 Novembee 2018: Urban Age Scholarships announced for LSE Executive MSc in Cities
31 October 2018: The Sage Handbook of the 21st Century City reviewed
31 October 2018: The Quito Papers a fresh perspective on embracing the urban
18 September 2018: Shaping Cities in an Urban Age book launched at Venice Biennale
8 August 2018: Ricky Burdett to deliver Charles Correa Memorial Lecture
17 July 2018: Philipp Rode speaks on transport and education in Moscow
26 June 2018: Conflicts of an Urban Age exhibition opens in London
23 May 2018: Executive MSc participants share learning in Johannesburg
22 May 2018: Executive MSc participants share learning in Johannesburg
6 April 2018: Urban Age research included in World Bank report
5 March 2018: Routledge publishes “The Quito Papers and the New Urban Agenda”
22 February 2018: LSE awarded Queen’s Anniversary Prize for work on cities
19 January 2018: LSE Cities to develop database for 50 metropolises around the globe
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