Equal Partnerships

African intermediary cities as actors and partners in urban migration governance

The Equal Partnerships project explores the opportunities and challenges of collaborative, urban migration governance in African intermediary cities. Through participatory research, workshops, and networking formats, we bring together local, national, and international actors to develop practical impulses and policy recommendations for multi-stakeholder partnerships.

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🎙️New Podcast Episode Alert!
In our second podcast episode, we unpack 'resilience'.

Join Mwara Namelok and @herve_nicolle, as they explore whether resilience celebrates the overcoming of challenges or masks systemic issues.

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https://spotifyanchor-web.app.link/e/wSSsaYdy9Jb
https://media7w.podbean.com/e/unpacking-resilience/

NEW RESEARCH | Maiduguri: City report

ACRC has published a new paper exploring the political settlement and city systems that shape Maiduguri's urban development, with a focus on the domains of safety and security, land and connectivity and youth and capability development.

How can African cities harness their innovation & creativity to lead in digital transformation & international relations?
Read @simlazar's inspiring post on the lessons learned from the @ASToN_network, the 1st learning program for African smart cities: https://www.citydiplomacylab.net/aston-network/

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