"Neighborhoods in America's Legacy Cities: A Dialogue in Detroit," a conference cosponsored by The Legacy City Partnership from September 13-16, 2016, will bring together professionals, decision-makers and academics from America’s Legacy Cities, where long-term population loss and economic restructuring present difficult challenges for the future of astounding historic resources and significant cultural heritage.
The fourth Congress was hosted by the Center for Internet and Society in Delhi, India, with the goal of taking stock of 'Three Decades of Openness; Two Decades of TRIPS.' The event attracted 400 researchers, activists, and practitioners.
Urban Leaders, Landmark Experts Celebrate Newark’s Hahne & Company Revitalization As Example of How Historic Preservation Can Spur Development Strengthen Legacy Cities Across the Nation.
The Tools for Investigative Journalism workshop brought together 30 journalists and developers to advance the state of the art around these tools, including social network mapping and datamining tools. The group met at City University in London, September 21-22nd.