Random readings on society, politics and change – Jorge Carrillo
Over the last 60 years, of course the world has changed, it is a much more complicated place and it is fast-moving, but there are some threads that run through this history. What was confirmed to me over this conference is that we are a community of practice. We know that intellectually because we know we share a range of common values about how we approach planning and cities, and how we educate the next generation of urban practitioners. And I do hope that we can build on this community of practice in the next decade together in what I think will be an extremely exciting agenda of thinking across boundaries and reimagining planning.
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