Urban life and living
Urban life and living brings a wealth of opportunities and challenges. Living in a densely populated, urban environment exposes people to the hazards of city living: air pollution, urban crime, isolation and alienation, issues of diversity, and inequality. The policy-making landscape has shifted to protect people from the hazards of urban life and provide a safe and fair life for all.
King’s academics have led research and teaching on urban life – from issues in public policy and public service development to social equality and diversity. They are creating new knowledge and thinking across a wide range of public policy issues such as crime, terrorism and security and equipping the next generation with the knowledge and skills to shape and lead society.
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