Refugees Mistra Urban Futures

Stop underestimating your ability to respond to migration, write Mistra Urban Futures board member Caroline Winjuku Kihato and co-authors. City recommendations include 'know thy partners': a deep understanding of humanitarian and development work is needed.

Cape Town City Hall photo Martinvl WIkimedia Commons

The difference between government and governance may be significant, the latter not necessarily being as transparent and not always part of public knowledge.

Cities are sites of crisis and opportunity. In a context of rapid social change and austerity, the effectiveness of traditional systems of urban governance is in doubt. Jam and Justice: Co-Producing Urban Governance for Social Innovation aims to create a unique space to co-produce, test and learn from more inclusive ways of governing cities.

Mistra Urban Futures received the EFARRI Award

'Co-creation and stakeholder involvement, and the participatory, peer-to-peer, distributed and bottom-up’ approach' – Mistra Urban Futures received the first ever European Foundations Award for Responsible Research and Innovation.


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