Montreal Mayor Valérie Plante discusses the city’s efforts to ensure an inclusive future in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Entrepreneurship is still one of the last bastions of privilege, resistant to diversity and inclusion. How can we create a level playing field for entrepreneurs of all backgrounds?
In Braga, 40% of residents are under 30 years old, and the city has attracted and retained residents at a time when Portugal’s population overall was declining. For this “Mayor of the Moment” interview, Braga Mayor Ricardo Rio shares his strategies to support youth in the city.
Chattanooga is creating a more sustainable and equitable city through its One Chattanooga plan. In this OECD Champion “Mayor of the Moment” interview, Mayor Tim Kelly discusses the progress made so far, including a 40% reduction in homelessness.
Youth entrepreneurship is on the rise. Innovative partnerships between Higher Education Institutions and businesses are helping to shape a new generation of entrepreneurs, but too often these projects fall short by missing out on equity.
The earthquake in Gaziantep, Turkey, this February was the biggest catastrophe of the last century, but the city responded quickly to support critical areas and stand by residents. Gaziantep Mayor Fatma Şahin shares her strategy and more in this OECD Champion “Mayor of the Moment” interview.
In 2011, Sendai was smashed by a destructive tsunami. Since then the city has been providing for its people – from housing to mental health. How might Sendai’s reconstruction approach help other cities in Ukraine or Türkiye become resilient cities which leave no one behind?
Nigeria’s economic powerhouse Lagos has doubled its population over the last two decades to 24 million. It could reach between 85 and 100 million inhabitants by 2100. As the cities of the Global South expand, can they grow green?