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The Last Projects
CitiX launch meeting in Mumbai in collaboration with the Reliance Foundation, September 2012The meeting brought together an interdisciplinary group of ten global thinkers who met over two days to debate some of the critical issues and challenges facing our world today, keeping in mind the changing geopolitical equations and the transformative potential of technology and innovation. The first day was centered to introductions and thoughts on the role of the think tank. On the second day, discussions focused on strategic and thematic areas. One of the key objectives of this first meeting was to identify a few key areas of focus for future meetings and to agree on outputs and deliverables.
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Cities for Life Quito and Paris 2016CitiX is one of the organizing partners of Cities for Life Paris 2016, the global summit on inclusive, smart and resilient cities which will be hosted by Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo along with Medellin Mayor Federico Gutierrez on November 21-22, 2016. The summit is co-organized with UN Habitat, the OECD, the Ford Foundation, C40, 100 Resilient Cities, the Rockefeller Foundation, the French Development Agency (AFD), the United Cities and Local Governments (UCLG) and FMDV.
Besides helping with the design of the conference and content, CitiX’s contribution is two-fold:
A series of “co-creation” sessions on civic tech, urban data and the sharing economy
In preparation for this Global Summit and harnessing the opportunity of Habitat III in Quito, CitiX was one of the organizing partners of the Cities for Life Prep-Meeting in Quito on Oct. 17-18. The meeting brought together Mayors, experts, practitioners and citizens and focused on The Future of Urban Innovation. It included Keynote speeches, panel discussions as well as co-creation session on urban innovation for inclusion.
CitiX second plenary meeting in Paris, March 2014The meeting brought together an interdisciplinary group of twenty global thinkers who met over two days to debate the issues and opportunities arising from the massive urbanization wave our planet is going through, especially in the emerging and developing world. Urbanist-architects, academics, former Mayors, elected officials, and industry representative also joined the meeting to inform the discussions. The group had a working-dinner with Ms. Fleur Pellerin, France’s Minister for Innovation and the Digital Economy.As an outcome of the meeting, CitiX decided to explore cooperation with Mayors grappling with urbanization challenges around the world, to define, design and deploy a limited set of pilot projects/collaborations on inclusive and sustainable urban development harnessing the power of innovation and technology