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Global Crises, Local Impacts: A Roundtable for Mayors and other Local Government Officials on Threats to Social Cohesion & How Cities Can Respond

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Description: The Strong Cities Network convened more than 20 mayors and other local government leaders as well as civil society organisations and practitioners from North America to share experiences, lessons learned and good practices in maintaining social cohesion in the midst of global crises, such as the Israel-Gaza crisis, Russia-Ukraine war, migration and climate change, among others.

Where & When: 30 April 2024, New York City (New York)

Partners: The Joyce and Irving Goldman Family Foundation and the Picker Center for Executive Education at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs

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