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How should cities change

In the last several years the world observes a massive human displacement, in fact, the largest one since WWII. Unrest and conflicts have been one of the main reasons why 60 million people had to leave their homes in quest for a better future. Climate change also appears to be another strong factor in the entire picture of migration.

According to a report from the 100 Resilient Cities (Check more at this insightful report from 100 Resilient Cities here), each year, at average, there are 21.5 million people who have been displaced due to climate-related natural disasters (such as floods, extreme temperature, storms or wildfires), each year for the past ten years.

Moreover, just in 2015, forced migration had reached a peak of 244 million people, i.e 3.3% of the world’s population. Whether migrants move to a new country on their own will or not, the majority of them remain to live in cities, thus contributing significantly to population growth and urbanization.

Which leads us to the question we have for you in our new quick challenge: how should cities change for migration?

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challenge ended

30th August, 2017

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winner announced

September 18th, 2017

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  • Any age
  • Student status not required
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