In 2017 the Relational Thinking Network held a conference on the Relational City at St. Catherine’s College, Cambridge. You can some of the major presentations in video on this page. Also check out the 2017 Conference page under EVENTS.
Jyoti Banerjee: MEASURING THE SUSTAINABILITY OF CITIES
Iain Bott: PUBLIC HEALTH, SOCIAL CARE AND PUBLIC PROTECTION
Sookhyuan Lee: ASSESSMENT OF THE QUALITY OF RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN COMMUNITIES IN CITIES
Andrew Tsui: THE ROOFTOP REPUBLIC
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