World Cities Summit 2018

The World Cities Summit is an exclusive platform for government leaders and industry experts to address liveable and sustainable city challenges, share integrated urban solutions and forge new partnerships. Over the past decade, the Summit has achieved global recognition with a credible gathering of the best minds in planning and urban development.

Themed “Liveable & Sustainable Cities: Embracing the Future through Innovation and Collaboration”, the 6th World Cities Summit in 2018 will explore how cities can be more liveable and resilient through better governance and planning, technology and social innovations, as well as collaborations with various stakeholders and with other cities. Through shared vision and active engagement, the public, private and people sectors can co-create innovative and integrated urban solutions for a more sustainable future.

Participate in this biennial event to benefit from the insights shared by thought leaders in outcome-oriented discussions, and from networking with your peers from around the world.

The event is co-organised by the Centre for Liveable Cities and the Urban Redevelopment Authority, and is held in conjunction with the Singapore International Water Week, the CleanEnviro Summit Singapore, and the Singapore International Transport Congress and Exhibition.

For more information, and to register your interest, visit www.worldcitiessummit.com.sg/registration-details. Use the discount code CITYNET20 and enjoy a 20% discount off the passes.

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📣UNITAR CIFAL Jeju is holding a #VirtualWorkshop series on #SocialProtection, with a spotlight on #InformalWorkers. The event will take place on three sessions from March 18-25, at 3 PM KST.

📝Register before March 12: www.cifaljeju.org/bbs/board.php?bo_table=sub05_3&wr_id=105

While fighting the spread of #COVID19, countering measures like lockdowns and social distancing have affected informal workers disproportionately, who suffered from a higher risk of falling into extreme #poverty, as their economic activities were severely disrupted by those measures.

Informal workers usually work in poor occupational safety and health surroundings with poor access to social protection services. They are easily exposed to the risk of illness and injury. Even before the pandemic, access to healthcare was almost out of reach for these workers because the cost of such services was far too high for their earning.

This virtual event will discuss various approaches to social protection with a focus on informal workers in the pandemic situation, and explore how social protection can be applied in different contexts. Participants will be given an opportunity to share their own case studies and get engaged in designing #ActionPlans for better implementation of social protection strategies in line with their own national and local context.
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#ICDI's #SustainableCityMainForum2021 on #SustainableRecovery will be held on Mar 24, 2021 from 3:50 to 7 PM (GMT+9)! CityNet SG, Vijay Jagannathan will be delivering opening remarks.

To participate please register via this link:https://reurl.cc/DvXD7O

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