15@Future Cities - superdiversity
Superdiversity, a term coined by sociologist Steven Vertovec, refers to the phenomenon of increased diversity in population movement since the start of the 21st century. This movement has a distinct impact on cities and on the way we as designers and other industries need to respond. Within a set format of 15 slides for 15 seconds each, the wide range of speakers presenting at 15@FutureCities will address the theme of superdiversity using their creative practice, work or personal experience. Bookings Essential.
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