Center on Global Cities Initiatives
This report summarizes the Transforming Industrial Regions of North America and Europe symposium, including strategies to rebuild economies and stem anti-democratic populism.
The Pattis Family Foundation Global Cities Book Award aims to improve our collective knowledge of actors, communities, and/or institutions that significantly shape global cities.
China, the US, and the EU are all seeking to influence urban spaces beyond their borders as infrastructure becomes critical to great power competition.
Global Cities Events
The opening night of the Pritzker Forum on Global Cities will feature an evening of connections and conversations on this year's theme, Harnessing AI: Tools for Urban Leaders.
We are delighted to welcome you to Chicago for three days of networking, discussions, and workshops on "Harnessing AI: Tools for Urban Leaders."
Ahead of the Cities Summit of the Americas, the Council brings together local and national leaders to explore policy priorities for a sustainable Midwest.
The final public engagement event in the We Will Chicago series gathers local and international leaders to discuss models of equitable economic development.