Action Planning for A Global Nighttime Recovery

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VibeLab in partnership with the Institute of Licensing, will present insights from the seven chapters of the Global Nighttime Recovery Plan alongside an action plan.

Taking place on 27th September 14:00- 17:00 GMT/ 15:00- 18:00 CEST 

The collaborative proactive guide is for cities that are trying to determine the best way to design and execute safe and feasible strategies to reopen and reactivate the nighttime and creative industries. 

The guide is a joint effort that involves more that 130 practitioners, academics, public health experts, advocates, and industry representatives from more that 70 cities all over the world and provides a interactive platform to share frameworks, tools and best practices among cities during these unprecedented times. 

The last year of my life has been like a crash degree course, as I have been exposed to

thinking from Bogota, Johannesburg, Sydney and Berlin, based on good practice and

rigorous academic thought. I have been challenged in my preconceptions, urged to think

about the downside as well as the upside of various initiatives and to look at the evidential

underpinning for measures as well as their strap-line.- Philip Kolvin 

Confirmed Speakers:

• Lutz Leichsenring, VibeLab

• Mark Adam Harold, Music eXport Fund and Vilnius Night Alliance

• Riccardo Ramello, PhD researcher at Nottingham Trent University (NTU) and founder of Club Futuro

• Alistair Turnham, MAKE Associates 

• Leni Schwendinger, Urbanist | Designer | Artist, NightSeeing, International Nighttime Design Initiative (NTD)

• Tara Duvivier, Pratt Center for Community Development in New York City

• Nándor Petrovics’, Researcher and public policy consultant

• Andreina Seijas, Night Tank

• Philip Kolvin QC, IoL Patron and Barrister at 11 KBW

• Michael Fichman, City planner, researcher and lecturer at PennPraxis

• Carly Heath, Bristol Night Czar

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For more info read about The Global Nighttime Recovery Plan