Cities
Engines of the relational society

OVERVIEW

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 

COMMENT

Needed: A Reformation for Our Tribes

by Robert E. Hall The ability to see the good in others and the bad in ourselves is perfect vision. John Wooden Maybe you have noticed how the mighty – and their prominent tribes – have fallen. Linked by shared

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ECONOMICS

What’s happening to the world economy?

Negative interest rates, the rise of cryptocurrencies, low volatility, record global debt … what’s happening in the world economy, and should we be concerned? Last year, Paul Mills gave a lecture explaining the state of the world economy, and exploring

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GOVERNMENT

Why land reform needs a relational approach

Published in City Press, 2018-03-18 06:03, Marlie Holtzhausen The land reform process has gained traction following the recent vote in Parliament to amend section 25 of the Constitution to achieve expropriation without compensation. This is to speed up a process that

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CONFERENCES

The Economics of Mutuality

The Economic Summit Europe 2018 has the theme: Making government and business mutual. Thursday, April 12 (09:00) to Friday, April 13 (16:00) at the Dutch Parliament building, The Hague, the Netherlands. The Economic Summit exists to promote the dissemination and implementation

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GOVERNMENT

Is nationality made up?

According to Max Fisher and Amanda Taub, national identity isn’t all it seems. It’s the myth that built the modern world. But it is just a fabrication? What actually brings people together into these entities we call nations? Fisher and

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