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OCTOBER 2020


Special feature on inequalities in cities due to COVID-19
The announcement of 2020 Prize Laureate is postponed to a later date due to the ongoing COVID-19 global pandemic. | More info

BRIDGING THE GAPS
OF INEQUALITY


More cities are taking steps to address inequalities exposed and deepened by the COVID-19 crisis. In this third in a series of articles examining how cities are planning for a more sustainable and equitable recovery, we look at initiatives to boost affordable housing, help low-wage workers and improve poorer neighbourhoods. | Feature story »
 

10 WAYS CITIES CAN HELP
VULNERABLE CITIZENS

 
While the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted cities worldwide, its impact has not been uniform. These are some ways that cities are helping their more vulnerable citizens, including seniors who live alone, people with disabilities, homeless residents and lower-income families. | Find out more »

CASE STUDY 12:
NEGOTIATING FOR
A BETTER FUTURE


Faced with increasing public opposition to urban development, Seoul could have taken the easy way out. Fortunately, the city chose to face its challenges and developed its most extensive public engagement processes yet, culminating in the remarkable Seoul Plan 2030. Read the case study »

— PREVIOUS FEATURES —


On remote working ➜ Renewing cities with remote working
On digital divide ➜ 10 ways to close the digital gap
Case study 11 ➜  Connecting people to opportunities
About the Prize
A biennial international award that honours outstanding achievements and contributions to the creation of liveable, vibrant and sustainable urban communities around the world. | More info »

Secretariat: Urban Redevelopment Authority
Co-organiser: Centre for Liveable Cities
Sponsor: Keppel Corporation
Presented at: World Cities Summit
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