The Early Edition with Stephen Quinn: Implementing kindness in urban planning
SFU Urban Studies and Geography professor Meg Holden spoke with Stephen Quinn about how cities can implement kindness into their urban planning strategy to encourage socialization in a safe way, on the morning of Being Kind: How Much Does Sociability Matter? – an event that is Part of Pandemonium: Urban Studies and Recovering from COVID-19, a lecture series presented by SFU Urban Studies in collaboration with SFU Public Square. Meg also moderated the panel discussion, with guests Michelle Hoar, Kate Mulligan, Jennifer Johnstone, Helen Pineo, Anthonia Ogundele and Joan Wandolo.
Tune into @CBCEarlyEdition tomorrow morning between 6-6:30 AM to hear Meg Holden (Professor & Director, @sfuurban studies) speak about the place for kindness in urban planning and policy moving forward from the pandemic— SFU Public Square (@SFUPublicSquare) October 21, 2020
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Dr. Meg Holden @sfuurban on radical #kindness in planning and policy - the work it takes to build #trust in our social institutions in a time of profound isolation and change - and how building in initiatives like #SocialPrescribing can help.— Dr Kate Mulligan (@KateMMulligan) October 22, 2020
This was published by CBC Listen on October 21, 2020.