How we do we make cities that work for all? How do we ensure that as cities grow the benefits of growth are shared widely? How can cities ensure that residents and new arrivals can work and live together well? What are the community and government leadership needs essential for this? Bringing together cutting-edge research into inclusive growth and city leadership, with practical experiences of running places that have successfully integrated migrants and those of different social backgrounds, the panel addresses how future cities can avoid the problems of past growth and become places for all. Charlotte Aldritt (RSA Inclusive Growth Commission) joins Ellie Cosgrave (deputy director of UCL City Leadership Laboratory), Farah Elahi (Runnymede Trust) and Immy Kaur (Impact Hub Birmingham). Chaired by Margaret Heffernan.
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