CITIES OF TOMORROW: A BETTER LIFE?

CITIES OF TOMORROW: A BETTER LIFE?

Saturday 27 August 2016, 5:00pm—6:15pm

At the heart of every city are its people. What does it mean for a city to be inclusive? How can we manage human interactions in an age of rising inequalities? How do we build a collective spirit between individuals, communities and governance groups?

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At the heart of every city are its people. What does it mean for a city to be inclusive? How can we manage human interactions in an age of rising inequalities? How do we build a collective spirit between individuals, communities and governance groups?

French sustainable city experts Marie-Anne Gobert and Cécile Maisonneuve join New Zealanders Mark Todd and Barnaby Bennett for a discussion led by Kim Hill as part of a series of panels presented nationwide by the Royal Society of New Zealand, the French Embassy and RNZ.
Concert Hall, The Piano

Concert Hall, The Piano
Christchurch, New Zealand

The performance focus of The Piano is the Concert Hall with audience seating for 330 people. The Concert Hall is suitable for a range of art forms including music (both classical and contemporary), dance, ballet and community theatre.

Address: 156 Armagh Street
Christchurch
Canterbury
Phone: 03 3775000
Web: www.thepiano.nz