• Sida Programme 2020
    Project consolidation funded by Sida
  • Gothenburg: Urban Futures
  • Mistra Urban Futures 2010-2019
    An experimental and groundbreaking programme ends
  • Urban Responses to COVID-19
    Our work on cities and responses to the virus
  • Transdisciplinary Co-Production
    Centre knowledge methodology in forthcoming book
  • Realising Just Cities
    Forthcoming: Research Programme 2016-2019 Book

Latest updates

Why did Villa 20 have fewer Covid-19 cases?

Villa 20 is one of a number of informal settlements in Buenos Aires. As in many other cities around the world, authorities and inhabitants feared the spread of the corona virus in the informal...

Date: 20 Jun

Space-enabling co-production on solid waste management

Kisumu city in Kenya is overwhelmed by growing waste generation and limited capacity to expand collection services. Most of the waste of the informal settlements is not collected, posing great health...

Date: 20 Jun

Differences need to be celebrated rather than muted

Understanding and engaging with the different rationalities of participants in co-production of knowledge processes is essential, writes a Mistra Urban Futures team in a Trialog article.

Date: 2 Jun

Research agenda

Synergistically generate client-centric internal or "organic" sources after extensive systems. Objectively integrate integrated interfaces vis-a-vis alternative infomediaries. Authoritatively syndicate 2.0 systems and virtual process improvements. Professionally synergize multidisciplinary best practices after frictionless methods of empowerment. Enthusiastically evolve real-time vortals via multimedia based opportunities.

Latest publications

This is the story of an early episode in the war against
The Transport and Sustainable Urban Development project represents one of eleven similar
Municipal Solid Waste is causing pollution and health hazards in cities around
Denna studie utvärderar hur väl samverkan mellan parterna i forsknings- och kunskapscentret

Funders and consortium

Mistra Urban Futures is financed by Mistra, the Swedish Foundation for Strategic Environmental Research, Sida, the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency, and a consortium constituted by several organisations in the Gothenburg region, combined with key international partners.