"Women are being asked to bear the brunt of neoliberalism." - Sarah Leonard Some highlights of our coverage of women and the new economy. What would a democratic economy with access for all look like?
Featuring our ongoing coverage of how cities will prepare to house the future, and all of its different members.
In 1950, the population living in UK cities was 79% - already a large figure - but one which is set to rise to 92.2% by 2030. Elsewhere, China's percentage rose from 13% to 40.4% between the years 1950-2005, and is predicted to rise to 60.3% by 2030. In the global south, and global north, cities are poised to host the majority of the world's population by 2030.
Featuring our ongoing coverage of models and solutionary ideas around the potential of cities.