Please, register to watch this video

Sign in

Economic and social recovery leaving no one behind

My list

The COVID-19 crisis has exposed and exacerbated underlying inequalities in cities, and has shown how deep inequalities make society as a whole more vulnerable as well as how fragile modern economies are. Now, cities have a key role to play in the inclusive and sustainable economic recovery as engines of growth. In the aftermath of COVID-19, leaving no one behind and reaching the most vulnerable will be fundamental for achieving an equitable and more risk-resilient society. In this context, how can we ensure a pandemic response that does not leave anybody behind? How can the economic, social and health imperatives be reconciled? What role can innovation and digital inclusion policies play here?

Participants

Related content

Recommended profiles for you

ET
Esther Tu
Le Quy Don Highschool
彭彭
彭双双 彭
自由职业
AF
Abner Feliz Feliz
-
ID
Ica Denoga
None
JL
JH L
SDJZ
AA
Abdurrahman Abdurrahman
universitas bumigora
Lecturer
AA
Abdulb Jaleel Ammanoor
East India Tarading
Propriotor
XB
Xiao Bian
Renmin University of China & University of Groningen
XW
xia wu
11111
文邓
文浩 邓
amanzaon
AA
abby abby
school
AA
Abdulaziz Almogren
SILZ
AK
Aleksandra Kostrzewa
Think Lodz
ON
ouqwf nasv
js
AB
Amy Bulman
School
NP
Naomi Polo
UC3M
DC
Diego Castañeda
BUAP
AR
Alex Rodriguez
Fresno City College
SX
Shu Xue
UWA
Karolína Čuntalová
VUT
Only accessible for registered users
This content is available only for registered users