Learning Cities in Development and Sustainable Recovery: International experiences

The SHLC research team contributed to a week of online activities organised by the University of Derby, to celebrate research that is supported by the Global Challenges Research Funding and addresses Global Sustainable Development Goals.

Shilpi Roy, Mike Osborne, Vincent Manirakiza and Pierre Claver together with Sebutege Ange (Mayor of Huye) all made contributions to a workshop entitled, Learning Cities in development and sustainable recovery: International experiences and the Derby Learning City Campaign chaired by Peter Dewhurst, Director of Strategic Projects, University of Derby.

A summary of the speakers’ contributions follows. Download presentations via the links below.

  • Pauline Anderson OBE, Derby City Council – Service Director – The Derby Learning City campaign
  • Judith James, former Head of Strategic Regional Collaboration, Swansea University,  Honorary Senior Research Fellow, University of Glasgow and PASCAL Learning Cities Network (LCN) theme leader, and Dr Shilpi Roy, Associate Professor of Urban and Rural Planning Discipline at Khulna University, Bangladesh and SHLC Co-I – Learning, Inclusion and Skills
  • Professor Mike Osborne, Director of the Centre for Research and Development in Adult and Lifelong Learning, Co-director of the PASCAL Observatory on Place Management, Social Capital and Lifelong Learning and SHLC Co-I – Learning Cities: Moving the lifelong learning conversation forward
  • Rwandan Learning Cities Network contributors: Sebutege Ange, Mayor of Huye; Pierre Claver, University of Rwanda (Sebutege) and Vincent Manirakiza, University of Rwanda (Kigali), SHLC Co-Is