Manchester Urban Institute runs a wide variety of different events and activities, and collaborates with a range of local, national and global partners.
The post Covid-19 urban agenda ‘from crisis to transformation’ Hosted by the South African Cities Network and University of Witwatersrand School of Governance In combination with the book launch – Deeper-City-Collective-Intelligence-and-the-Pathways-from-Smart-to-Wise The pandemic impacts and lockdown responses have sucked the life-b..
Many cards are up in the air with the pandemic – a ‘hyper-wicked’ problem, with deeper threat multipliers all around. How to manage such transformations, and steer from crisis to opportunity? Can we envision a next-generation practice of futures and foresight? Such a Foresight-3.0 could follow the principles of collective intelligence, b..
Many cards are up in the air with the pandemic – the future of cities being one. Can we expect enclaves of safety and risk, policed by surveillance cameras and paramilitaries? Or can we realize the aspirations for clean air and social inclusion? How to turn the urban crisis towards transformation? This interactive Mind-Lab explores the po..
This is about the climate challenge, both local and global – how to get the science/tech, economics, politics, culture and psychology all working together? On one small and fragile planet, it seems the human ‘way of life’ is on a collision course with human ‘life-support’, as 8–10 billion people all try to live in material affluen..
An interactive Mind-Lab on local empowerment, collaborative (co)-governance, and the potential for a collective local intelligence, at a time of uncertainty and disruption…. This is the agenda of the ‘Lo-co-gov-3.0?: This is more than government and smart technology, it’s about how people and organizations and public services can learn..
The global food system is the greatest single disruptor of climate and ecosystems, with growing gaps between the under-fed and over-fed. The principles of collective food intelligence can help to design global-local agri-food systems, which combine new technology with ancient wisdom, with new kinds of socio-eco-enterprises. The principles of..
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