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  • Present European Cities and Culture

    We have broken into groups and I am currently in a group that discusses "Present European Cities and Culture". Culture is mentioned as being the "voice of society".  The group thinks that culture can be seen as a driving engine cities because it attracts people with resource › More

    • 05.11.2009
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  • Our first guest blogger: Neil McInroy from CLES

    The day was a smorgasbord and varied tour de force.  The problems our individual cities face are many and varied. However the Future City Game has a key role to play and a few abiding commonalities stand out.  Firstly, grappling with the scale of problems can only be solved by collective › More

    • 05.11.2009
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  • Future City Game and recession

    During group session our team was asked to brainstorm the most urgent and important issues contemporary cities are facing during the world's economic recession. We unanimously mentioned higher unemployment, low public spending on culture and creative industries, low long-term investment, hard job to › More

    • 05.11.2009
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  • What is Creative Community Planning?

    This afternoon I arrived in the beautiful city of Prague and will travel the final leg of the journey to Pilsen tomorrow morning. I have been asked whether Creative Community Planning is just a niche event for planners? As players of Future City Game will know - the answer is no. I think the name of › More

    • 04.11.2009
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  • Hail, hail modern world!

    Variety of people, viewpoints and thoughts is what I always admired about Creative Cities project and Future City Games in particular. What is even more exciting is the outcome of each game and event – a unique and unpredictable mixture of emotions, experience, fantasy and practicism. Having o › More

    • 03.11.2009
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