DPU's blog and webinar series
COVID-19 is a massive game changer in all spheres of life: Are we ready to imagine a better post COVID world? The Post COVID-19 Urban Futures series features written blogs, webinar events and video outputs reflecting on the impact of COVID-19 on cities.
- Webinar series
No. 1 - From crisis to radical change
No. 2 - Coping with the urban impacts of COVID-19 and imagining the aftermath
Dr Catalina Ortiz and Giovanna Astolfo
No. 3 - Learning from African post-pandemic experiences to tackle deep inequalities
Prof Adriana Allen and Dr Rita Lambert
No. 4 - The COVID-19 “Crisis” in Contested Cities and Divided Societies
No. 5 - The pedagogy of the catastrophes and intergenerational justice
No. 6 - Remote pedagogies for social learning
Prof Adriana Allen & Julia Wesely
No. 7 - Urban mobility: responses, challenges and prospects for urban transformation
Dr Daniel Oviedo & Prof Caren Levy
No. 8 - Unrecognised States and COVID-19 politics: Somaliland, Palestine & Syria
Prof Michael Walls & Prof Haim Yacobi
- Blog series
The impact of COVID-19 on night-time economies, arts and culture
Working remotely: Implications on the fate of smaller cities, towns and villages in the New economy
Has the pandemic reinforced what we know about disaster risk management?
Chile: Protect the campamentos!
Francisco Vergara Perucich and Camillo Boano
Covid-19, urban mobility and social equity
Gaza and the COVID-19 “Crisis”: Breaking the cycle of structural vulnerability first
Haim Yacobi, Michelle Pace, Ziad Abu Mustafa, Manal Massalha
‘Stay at Home’: Housing as a pivotal infrastructure of care?
Catalina Ortiz and Camillo Boano
Urban economics in the time of Covid-19: What happens when the thing that makes cities great also makes them dangerous?