Governing complex emergencies: Implications for cities and regions
The current COVID-19 epidemic has become the strongest indication that governance capacities at various levels of government fall short of delivering adequate responses to Complex, Global Emergencies (CGE). This session brings together actionable information, suitable frameworks, and principles to navigate the new demands for local governments leading responses to CGE. These results come from the Emergency Governance Initiative EGI — an initiative by LSE Cities, UCLG and Metropolis — that aims to build institutional capacities for more effective territorial responses to CGE.
Speaker: Philipp Rode
BNDCC 1-Ground Floor
ParticipationOpen to those registered for the conference
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