4 January 2022

The Future of Urban Equality: Final KNOW Conference

The Knowledge in Action for Urban Equality programme will share 4 years of research and capacity building in a conference that will run from Monday 7 – Thursday 10 February 2022 - hosted by The Bartlett Development Planning Unit, UCL.

KNOW Conference

The Knowledge in Action for Urban Equality (KNOW) programme would like to share 4 years of research and capacity building in a conference that will run from Monday 7 – Thursday 10 February 2022.Hosted by The Bartlett Development Planning Unit, University College London.

The main aims of the KNOW Conference are to share the key findings that contribute to:

  • shaping action pathways to urban equality at local, national and international scales;
  • addressing theories and practices related to the cross-cutting challenges of resilience, prosperity and extreme poverty, and their relationship to urban equality;
  • promoting the co-production of knowledge and the related ‘ethics of practice’ in applied research and capacity building across local and global agendas and collectively planned initiatives that seek to address urban equality.

Drawn from and across 12 cities in Africa, Asia and Latin America, the key findings will be presented for comment and discussion through 8 online webinars.

Professor Vanesa Castán Broto is Chairing theme 6 Actioning knowledge co-production methodologies for urban equality and will give an overview of co-production methodologies in the project KNOW.

To find out more about the conference and register: https://www.urban-know.com/conference-2022.

The KNOW project is part of our co-producing urbanisms theme.

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Research Excellence Framework 2021 results

The results demonstrate our research and impact excellence across a broad range of disciplines and confirm that our research is having a significant positive impact on lives across the globe.