This event was held on 7 June 2021
Promoting socio-economic transformation in cities requires establishing partnerships on equitable terms across diverse stakeholders, including young people, for meaningful dialogue and collective action, ensuring sustainability and scaling up. Achieving this aim requires enabling systematic processes of learning, knowledge generation, and evidence building on what works and what does not to establish meaningful partnerships across sectors and actors.
In this session, moderated by the CEO of Radical Global, Shamoy Hajare, a global panel of speakers consisting of international development practitioners, youth experts, academics, and city officials will engage in an interactive dialogue around learning and evidence building on effective approaches, strategies, principles, and actions for establishing meaningful partnerships grounded in a shared vision, mutual respect and trust, equitable participation and accountability among a wide range of city stakeholders, including young people and marginalised communities.
The session was chaired by Dr. Stephanie Butcher, Research Fellow at Connected Cities Lab, the University of Melbourne. Short comments from Fondation Botnar were presented by Dr Susanna Hausmann.
The Evidence to Action for Young People’s Wellbeing in Southern Cities dialogue series is presented by the Connected Cities Lab at the University of Melbourne in partnership with Fondation Botnar.
Details and recording will be found at: https://sites.research.unimelb.edu.au/…/session-2…