Geopolitical & Socioeconomic

Violence & Security in Cities: Mayoral Dialogue

  • 20 Cavendish Sq., W1G 0RN
  • TBC

Canning House’s Mayoral Dialogues offer a platform for knowledge exchange between leading regional policymakers to find practical solutions to issues affecting cities in both Latin America and the UK, such as infrastructure and financial services.

Violence & Security in Cities

Mayoral Dialogue

Canning House’s Mayoral Dialogues offer a platform for knowledge exchange between leading regional policymakers to find practical solutions to issues affecting cities in both Latin America and the UK, such as infrastructure and financial services.

The first Mayoral Dialogue will focus on how challenges of violence and security can be addressed in major cities.

Our keynote speakers and panel will discuss their experiences and offer their expertise on how approaches to tackle issues of violence and security can be turned into effective solutions.

The Speakers

Elkin Velasquez Monsalve

Regional Director, Latin America and the Caribbean, UN-Habitat

Lucia Lopez Esquivelzeta

Senior Consultant in Markets and Partnerships at Control Risks

Professor Jenny Pearce

Research Professor, Latin America and Caribbean Centre, London School of Economics

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