Medellín

Medellín’s Resilience Journey

Medellín’s residents have developed systems to learn about, resist, and overcome the national violence and drug trafficking that have been present in this Colombian city for over than 60 years. Progress is undeniable: the city’s homicide rate has sharply decreased. However, Medellín is still rated as the most inequitable city in Colombia – and Colombia, in turn, is one of the most inequitable countries in Latin America.

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Ocean Conservancy, The Circulate Initiative, and Resilient Cities Network Announce Three New Cities to Join Urban Ocean®

Ocean Conservancy, The Circulate Initiative, and Resilient Cities Network Announce Three New Cities to Join Urban Ocean®

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Speaker Series 2023 #8 | Beyond the Closing Ceremony: Leaving a resilient legacy in the wake of major sports events

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Speaker Series 2023 #7 | Urban Mobility: Innovating Through Payments

Speaker Series 2023 #7 | Urban Mobility: Innovating Through Payments

Urban mobility is the backbone of a city, as it enables people to access vital spaces for work, education and leisure. As rapid urbanization continues to intensify pressure on infrastructure and ...

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