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?
Economic and social recovery leaving no one behind
Núria Marin i Martínez
Mayor of L'Hospitalet and President of Diputació de Barcelona City of Hospitalet de Llobregat
Digitization enables new economy - Bingjiang IoT Town builts polit zone of digital economy development
Retail Banking Channels Post COVID-19 - Focus on More Efficient Operating Practices to Further Shape Bank Strategies and Customer Engagement
Recommended profiles for you
Researcher and desingner.
MICE BUSINESS CONSULTANT
He is currently the Metropolitan Director of Corfo and President of SeSantiago.
Ade Ajibulu Consulting
University of Alicante
CEO \\nBusiness Development \\nEntrepreneurship\\nStart Up Company \\nStrategic Management Coach for SME
Advisor on International Business Development, Economy, International Business Strategy
Director, Program Management
University of Central Florida
I am a Civil Engineering Undergraduate at the University of Central Florida
ceo of food business
Student MBA+Master in Real Estate