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Join the conversation and follow the research findings across social media by searching for the conference hashtag #SAICx17 or by following the conference Twitter handle @SAICx17.

Gender transformation takes a long time to accomplish. It requires change in power relations first #SAICx17 @SAICx17 @IDRC_AFRIQUE
We've put @jorgemartin's astounding visual record of #SAICx17 in Dropbox so you can explore it at your convenience! https://t.co/DE1Ch9gYOz
My new blog: For Pakistan, China's huge energy investments may have serious political costs https://t.co/R4p4yAw0or via @_TCGlobal
.@IDRC_CRDI collected all the "#safecities solutions" contributions in a FB album. Check it out! Tell us yours! https://t.co/VKpX8IGmAx
TALKSHOW 4 Strengthening Community Bonds Problem or Solution
Participants gained greater insight into the dynamics, pros and cons of social cohesion and how it manifests as it relates to urban violence. SAIC research on social cohesion was shared. For more information visit the conference website: http://ow.ly/ggLD30bgpud
TALKSHOW 3: Planning for inclusion in East African Informal Settlements
Participants learnt and engaged in a lively discussion about how inclusive processes in slums can make East African cities safer, including lessons from India. SAIC research on urban planning was shared. For more information visit the conference website: http://ow.ly/ggLD30bgpud
ROUNDTABLE Donor priorities toward SDG11 and the New Urban Agenda
Participants explored trends in key aid/research donor programming and how these issues are prioritized internationally. For more information visit the conference website: http://ow.ly/ggLD30bgpud
TALKSHOW 2: Interventions that work in Global Cities
Participants learnt and engaged in a lively discussion about practical interventions that make cities safer. SAIC research on “what works” was shared.For more information visit the conference website: http://ow.ly/ggLD30bgpud
TALKSHOW 1: Gender Transformation in Cities
Participants engaged in dialogue on how we can build on SAIC research to think about what gender transformation in cities looks like, how cities can facilitate gender transformation.
SAIC research on gender was shared. For more information visit the conference ...
Grt 2 see new followers even after #SAICx17 closed! We're busy w/reports, but will be adding new resources to the website & will tweet them!
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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Check out the new banner image on our profile page: the SAICx17 visual record, courtesy the talented @jorgemartin!
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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 Soundcloud: ...
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 full, ...
.@walter_kra1 partage les résultats les plus interessants de sa recherche @IDRC_CRDI #SAICx17 https://t.co/czyBxStVHq
Thank you to all the speakers and participants at the #SAICx17. Find all of the conference materials on the website https://t.co/0tRKqDGee9
Caroline Moser gives her #safecities solution: recognising the enormously transformative role that women play in cities #SAICx17 #gender https://t.co/AvhrUHfQFV
These solutions have potential beyond our local cities or national borders #SAICx17 #safecities @HvdMerwe1 @_CSVR https://t.co/OtWMeIj9l4
Cities are about people, we need this new approach- Margarita Puerto Gómez, @WBG_Cities #SAICx17 #safecities https://t.co/v8JZwpmNci
There is no direct correlation between social cohesion & violence in cities in the global south unlike the north- Ignacio Cano #SAICx17 https://t.co/4dwJjlcQ6h
3 hot topics from #SAICx17 from @ShuvaiBusuman : the lack of #manels, the social cohesion investigation and the app!
"SAIC data is fascinating and very robust" says Caroline Moser #SAICx17 https://t.co/5GWhqbvc5S
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@MeganLLoydLaney You've been quoted in my #Storify story "Day 3 of the SAIC Exchange 2017" https://t.co/IvFvq3oBLB
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What Makes a City “Safe and Inclusive” | Lo que hace que una ciudad sea...
We asked researchers with the Safe and Inclusive Cities initiative what they think makes a city “safe and inclusive.” Their answers, shared in this short video, range from the differences between men and women’s experiences of safety, to inclusive planning ...
How research makes cities safer | Como la investigación hace que las ciudades sean más...
We asked researchers with the Safe and Inclusive Cities initiative how research can help make cities safer. Their answers, shared in this short video, range from helping society understand itself, mobilize against violence to breaking down assumptions about who and ...
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