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Index of uKESA Webinars

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uKESA

27 September 2023

uKESA

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South Africa

The Urban Knowledge Exchange Southern Africa (uKESA) has introduced a webinar series with the aim of spotlighting knowledge platforms and initiatives rooted in evidence. During these webinars, panel members and participants engaged in discussions centred around the roles these platforms serve in furthering their organizations' goals, and their effects, and gaining insight into the management and long-term sustainability of these initiatives. These webinars include presentations by industry experts.

 

Each of the webinars is summarised below (click to go to summary):


uKESA Webinar - The role of knowledge and data platforms in monitoring and predicting change

22 June 2023

 

In this first webinar, we were excited to host three speakers on a panel discussing their platforms and what they have been designed to achieve. All three track, monitor or predict urban and societal change in different ways and at various geographic scales.

 


uKESA Webinar - Using spatial data tools to plan for urbanisation, climate-change and shifting economic conditions

14 September 2023

 

In this second webinar, two multi-partner platforms that process large datasets and provide tools to support decision-making in complex, dynamic urban and regional environments were explored and discussed

 


uKESA Webinar - Online tools for social accountability in informal settlements

16 November 2023

 

In this third webinar two online tools, Asivikelane and Planning for Informality were featured. These tools support social accountability in addressing key issues faced by informal settlement communities.

 

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