Idoia Postigo, General Director of Bilbao Metropoli-30, writes for IPPO Cities on the emotional life of the city and calls for a more holistic urban planning. Idoia Postigo Living in an urban environment is...
Mental Health in the City: can developing a new ‘Urban Psychology’ be an antidote to poor design and policy?
Chris Murray, Director of Core Cities UK, writes for IPPO Cities on urban psychology in advance of his appearance at our virtual roundtable on Mental Health in the City on 12 May 2022 at...
As the UK moves forward to a new normal, it’s important not to lose sight of what could prospectively go well as a result of what we’ve learned, if we play our cards right.
Two years after the imposition of lockdowns, city leaders are facing the challenge of implementing pandemic recovery strategies that confront the underlying structural issues the experience of CoVid magnified. By Angela Scott, Chief Executive of Aberdeen City Council.
The impact of COVID-19 on youth unemployment in the UK: key regional differences and long-term trends
Ahead of our expert roundtable looking at how UK cities should tackle youth unemployment in their COVID recovery plans, this topic snapshot offers a regional perspective of the challenges
The geographical complexities of COVID-19: Why are different places showing different rates of recovery?
The pandemic has highlighted the UK’s different economy types as well as its diverse levels of socioeconomic deprivation. But how should these insights inform the UK Government’s ‘levelling up’ strategy? By George Dibb
This global research scan by INGSA and the Blavatnik School of Government summarises policy initiatives introduced around the world to support local places that have been disproportionately affected by the pandemic