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Rewriting the Book?

Posted on 04/09/2012

Professor Loretta Lees is part of the RSA panel discussion Rewriting the Book? which takes place Thursday 5 September.

The panel will discuss how culture-led city regeneration can enhance economic competitiveness, community cohesion and a sense of place. The panel's members are:  Munira Mirza, deputy Mayor for Education and Culture for London; Brian Gambles, Library of Birmingham project director and assistant director of culture, Birmingham City Council; Loretta Lees, Professor of Human Geography, King’s College London; and Anna Minton, writer and journalist.  The Chair is Mark Easton, award-winning journalist and home editor, BBC News.

They will debate how cities can ensure transformational change is community-driven, allowing for greater local ownership and participation.

The discussion will be available to watch and listen to in real-time.

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