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Summary of #SAICx17

The Safe and Inclusive Cities Exchange was held between 29-31 of May in Nairobi, Kenya. View the conference’s Shorthand Social story to view photos of the event and find out more about the key research themes discussed.  

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Visual recording of SAICx17

The Safe and Inclusive Cities Exchange 2017 proceedings were captured in a visually compelling banner during the conference. Illustrator Jorge Martin captured the key themes, statistics and discussions in a colourful and accessible graphic recording.

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SAICx17 Radio Shows

The African Leadership Centre recorded a number of radio shows at the Safe and Inclusive Cities Exchange 2017. Listen to all of the recordings on the ALC Radio webpage. Or listen to episodes individually by following these links to...

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Day 3 Research Roundup

Day Three threw open the doors to a debate on the core issues of inclusion, social cohesion and violence, drawing on the evidence generated through five years of research. Despite an ambitious and packed agenda, the conference room remained...

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Day 2 Research Roundup

The number of people living in cities is expected to double in the next 30 – 40 years; disruptions are unfolding in previously stable regions; an estimated one in seven people currently live in slums without access to basic services;...

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Day 1 Research Roundup

40 cities; 16 countries; 15 research teams presenting 5 years’ research.  Day One was always going to be a busy day! It set the scene for what promises to be a lively exchange between more than 100 actors – researchers, policymakers...

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Contribute

There are a number of ways you can participate in and contribute to the Safe and Inclusive Cities Exchange 2017. How to get involved on social media: Join the digital conversation and follow the research findings across social media...

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SAIC Impact Stories

The Safe and Inclusive Cities Exchange 2017 will present the findings of the SAIC research program and discuss how they relate to interventions, policy and practice. The research program has focused on what works and what does not work to reduce and...

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