The Covid decade: Exploring the long-term implications of Covid-19 and how we jump start recovery

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What are the long-term implications of Covid-19 on our cities, and how can built environment policy responses kick start our recovery?

To open our major 2021 programme, Building Recovery: Closing the Gap, we'll hear from Dr Molly Morgan Jones, Director of Policy at the British Academy who will address these questions, sharing key findings from their landmark reviews of the long-term societal impacts of Covid-19. 

The Covid Decade and Shaping the Covid Decade bring together the work of more than 200 social science and humanities experts and highlight the profound impact the pandemic has and will continue to have on society.

In this interactive discussion, FoL Chief Executive Nicola Mathers will be posing your questions to explore the implications of the research and how city makers should respond to deliver more equitable places.


When: Thursday 29 April 2021, 4 to 5 pm
Format: Zoom


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Note: This webinar will be recorded and released on FoL's YouTube channel. Screenshots of event participants may be used on social media. Please contact events@futureoflondon.org.uk if you have any questions. 

When
29th April 2021 4:00 PM through  5:00 PM