The question of what constitutes ‘good’ city policy and how this can be achieved has been present as an undercurrent throughout much of IPPO Cities’ work to date, from discussions on the engagement of stakeholders in shaping policy priorities to reflections on innovative methods of monitoring and reporting on policy outcomes. In this session, we take the opportunity to step back and reflect more on some higher-level questions.
Tagged: public policy
IPPO Cities convened a policy roundtable to explore how city policymakers navigate new demands for the city centre as the core of urban life. The event focused on how city centres’ can become more livable, allow slow mobility within, and preserve their cultural identity while climate-proofing their infrastructure. By Henriette Ruhrmann.
Navigating the Crisis: How Governments Used Intelligence for Decision Making During the COVID-19 Pandemic
This study examines how governments — and the societies around them — mobilised intelligence to handle the COVID-19 pandemic and its effects.
Jeremy Williams Here at IPPO, we mobilise global knowledge to address the social impacts of Covid. The pandemic offers us an opportunity to reflect on how policies and interventions can mitigate against a catastrophe....
Social science questions related to Monkeypox can be addressed through both the synthesis of contextually relevant knowledge, as well as the conducting of new, primary research. In order to facilitate a discussion and to...