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Jan 30 - Jan 30, 2021

Rethinking The Urban Contract

Session 719
The COVID-19 pandemic has had an immediate impact on many aspects of how we live, especially in cities. The long-term implications of the pandemic are still being discussed and contested. Part of that process inevitably involves creating new questions and challenges to traditional ideas about urban living.  In partnership with the Centre for Conscious Design, this interactive, collaborative, and serendipitous webinar aims to create provocations on the post-pandemic city. Participants will explore both the design and sociocultural changes in design and architecture as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. KEY QUESTIONS 1.    Are we reworking the human-environment relationship towards a healthier future?  2.    What does democracy mean in the post-pandemic city? 3.    How have the traditional functions of urban environments  (work, home, transport, recreation) shifted? 
Jan 29 - Jan 29, 2021

Emerging Urban Leaders Cohort Program - Call for Applications

Session 718
The global COVID-19 pandemic has changed urban populations’ relationship with green and blue spaces. Demand for access to nature has increased throughout the world, creating new pressures on urban park systems and raising questions about equality of access, funding and management. The Emerging Urban Leaders program is a new initiative from Salzburg Global Seminar and World Urban Parks to bring together future urban leaders of the future who are looking to develop their ideas about urban parks as a critical component of quality cities of the future. The program will provide thought leadership in safe spaces for emerging urban leaders, help collectively advance critical urban parks work, and create and build connections with emerging urban leaders. Applications are now open. Deadline: 23:59 (CET), January 29, 2021
Mar 01 - Dec 31, 2021

Asia Peace Innovators Forum: Call for Applications

Session 715
Peace is key to ensuring Asia's sustained development and prosperity as the world's most populous region grows in global geopolitical and economic importance. But despite the region’s rich experience in mediating peace and reconciliation, the learning exchange between regional, local and community-driven initiatives has so far been low. Launched in 2020, the Asia Peace Innovators Forum aims to shape long-term peace, stability, and regional cooperation in Asia by building a network of mid-career professionals working in different sectors and countries to exchange knowledge, community-driven approaches, and best practices. Salzburg Global Seminar will be adding up to 15 additional Fellows to this Forum who are citizens of or currently working in Myanmar or Thailand.  We have a preference to include more women. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis until all places are filled. Find more information on the Asia Peace Innovators Forum here