We are living in a moment of great change and uncertainty. In this context, financial support to companies and institutions is essential to move forward. Amid the situation we are living, solidarity and humanly initiatives and innovations are arising. Addressing critical sustainability issues such as climate change, human rights, Governance and social well-being is necessary to create a stable, growing Economy. To achieve it, private and public organizations must work together to ensure access to the global financial system, allowing everyone and everywhere the opportunity to achieve financial security. Throughout this session, we will explore some initiatives in which MasterCard is working on, such as City Possible, a new model for urban innovation in which a global network of cities, businesses, academics and communities work together to make the world’s cities more inclusive and sustainable.
Making Tech Work For People Across the Globe
Graffiti has undergone a massive shift in a few quick decades as street art gains social acceptance
Augmented Reality Is Coming for Cities
Why Youth Should Be Involved in the Planning of Smart Sustainable Cities
Why Smart Cities Are the Path to a Sustainable Future
U.S. Mayoral Roundtable #3 | Rebuilding our future Chicago
What life is like in Chongqing, the largest city in the world.
Social equity: what is it and how is it epitomized in Iceland
Billions of dollars spent in vain: why is San Francisco unable to stop its homelessness problem
U.S. Mayoral Roundtable #2 | Connecting Every Family
How are cities tackling the issue of loneliness?
What makes a walkable city
Smart cities present risks but also opportunities for inclusion
Lessons from Costa Rica’s Age-Friendly Cities
Mitigating Energy Poverty through Affordable Cities
European Commission, Scalable Cities: 550 City-led Initiatives to Mitigate Issues
Pontus Westerberg, UN-Habitat: Internet Connectivity in a World with 3.7B People Still Offline
Orna Rosenfeld, Global Housing Advisor | In Pursuit of Inclusive Urban Futures
Martha Thorne, IE University of Architecture and Design | Let's Teach our Cities
How Eswatini became the country with the highest HIV prevalence in the world and what is it doing about it
A Few Valuable Lessons from Costa Rica’s Age-Friendly Cities
Women's New European Bauhaus & City of Reykjavik | Cities Crafted for Citizen’s needs
Singles and urbanism: towards cities with fewer couples
Cecilia Tham, Futurity Systems | Democratizing the Virtual Universe
Is it possible to establish a unique demographic transition model?
When Technology Becomes A Push for Inclusion
Cities Made for Citizens’ Needs
Cities in the New Normalcy: What makes them Attractive for Talent?
Sandra Baer, SmartCitiesWorld | City Branding, Social Inclusion & Digital Technology Investments
US Mayoral Roundtable #1
What is a city like that cares for the mental health of its residents?
Are You Living In One Of The Best—Or Worst—Cities For Drivers?
19 cities get 'Asphalt Art' grants
How crowdsourced weather observations help cities prepare for extreme heat
Designing for Well-Being and Promoting Spaces for Everyone
Micro-housing: what is it and why could it be a housing solution
Three cities that have managed to reduce drug use
Mosquitoes and health: how science has been tackling the silent killer of millions for centuries
Six cities that have discovered the value of urban photography
Content Pills #10: Safer cities for pedestrians
Content Pills #8: The role of indigenous women in the preservation and transmission of traditional knowledge
Youth associations: social cohesion begins in neighborhoods.
Content Pills #9: Intergenerational Solidarity. Creating a World for All Ages
Content Pills #7: How should be the perfect city for our four-legged friends?
Overpopulation: Is the future as bleak as it was depicted in the 1970s?
Content Pills #6: Effects of the Olympics on Host Cities. The Urbanism Legacy
Content Pills #5: The urgency and importance of population issues
Can good urban planning reduce obesity?
Content Pills #3: Micro, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises. The key to an inclusive, sustainable and green recovery
Kutupalong, the world's largest refugee camp
What is the effect of tobacco on city health?
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