By 2050, two-thirds of the world’s population will live in cities, and migration will be a significant driver of urban growth. But what will the future city be like: a hub of creativity and inclusion or a place of disparity and exclusion for many?
Join us for a two-day conference to investigate the relationship between migration and the city in the 21st century. Panelists from different world regions will share insights on the complexity of urban diversity and governance, the role of grassroots advocates and diasporas in migration, and the capacity of small communities, suburban edges and border cities to receive migrant populations.
This event may be delivered in a hybrid format (with an option to participate in person or online) depending on prevailing public health guidelines. Further details on what options you have to participate will be available closer to the conference date.