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This session of the Coronavirus Speaker Series featured Alexandria McBride, Chief Resilience Officer, City of Oakland and Amy Knowles, Chief Resilience Officer, City of Miami Beach.

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This session of the Coronavirus Speaker Series featured Fernando Straface, Secretary-General and Secretary for Foreign Relations, Government of the City of Buenos Aires and Michael Berkowitz, Founding Principal of Resilient Cities Catalyst.

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This session of the Coronavirus Speaker Series featured Professor Ying Long, School of Architecture, Tsinghua University and Liora Shechter, Chief Information Officer & Smart City Director, Tel Aviv.

This session of the Coronavirus Speaker Series featured Piero Pelizzaro, Chief Resilience Officer, Municipality of Milan and Alice Reeves, Deputy Chief Resilience Officer, Greater London Authority.

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This session of the Coronavirus Speaker Series featured Dr. Aijun Qiu, Deputy Director General/Research Fellow, China Center for Urban Development, National Development and Reform Commission and Dr. Yang Saini, Beijing Normal University’s Academy of Disaster Reduction & Emergency Management.

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More than 500 participants came together to galvanize action for resilience in Central America.

UR Europe brought together over 350 experts In Bucharest, Romania to explore how technology and innovation can help create more resilient societies in Europe and beyond.

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Nearly 600 experts and practitioners from over 45 countries shared their knowledge and expertise on how to assess, understand and tackle risk in West and Central Africa.

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Over 30 participants from 15 African countries gathered for a session to share experiences, knowledge and lessons learned on disaster risk finance activities related in their respective countries.

The Art of Resilience brought together international artists, technologists, and makers representing Latin America, South and East Asia, the Middle East, Africa, Europe, and the United States. Curated from a global call for entries, The Art of Resilience demonstrated how art can unite a range of disciplines—big data, scientific research, and community organizing—to further the understanding and communication of disaster and climate risk.

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