About the Event
Welcome to our “Cities and Jobs" series of webinars organized by All Things Urban in collaboration with IE School of Architecture and Design!
All Things Urban is hosting a series of webinars in partnership with IE University for the launch of IE’s new [Bachelor program in Urban Studies](https://bit.ly/3hCTQY8) (applications are now open!). The multidisciplinary program by IE School of Architecture and Design examines urban issues in a holistic way to prepare the future generation of urbanists to tackle the pressing challenges of our cities.
In our next (free!) webinar in the series,, Urban Data Scientist and Researcher Ruth Nelson will speak about how to tackle social inequality in cities and what jobs and skills are needed for that.
How is inequality visible (or invisible) in our cities?Urban inequalities are traditionally characterised as an economic issue. However, there is growing recognition that urban inequalities affect many dimensions of well being, such as access to housing, transportation and social opportunities. Ruth draws on her own research and lived experiences, from South Africa, the UK, Mexico and the Netherlands, to show how inequalities manifest in many different ways within and across cities.
🗓 Join us online from any city in the world on Thursday, January 12, at 6 PM CET / 12 PM EST / 9 AM PST for a lively conversation with Elizaveta, moderated by Nayla Saniour, All Things Urban.
Number of attendees is limited, register via the link below!
- Young and experienced professionals interested in Urban Studies and new career trends
- Recent school graduates looking for inspiring educational programs and future job opportunities related to Urban Studies
- Broad community of urbanists worldwide
All Things Urban is the largest community-based career platform for urbanists working on city challenges worldwide. We share handpicked career and educational opportunities and connect thousands of passionate urbanists to real-world projects.
Our mission is to build an international community of those who care about the cities we live in and help them grow together professionally, exchange best practices, and transform urbanism into a fair, respectful, open, and decently paid field.
We want to make it easier for talents to find interesting jobs, exciting projects, and like-minded people and for hiring companies - to access an active community of potential employees, consultants, and collaborators.