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Authorities have historically wrestled with the issue of night-time control, and the hours after dark are often still perceived as harboring threats to public order and potential criminality. Current policy attention to night-time urban economies, exemplified by the creation of night offices, indicates an increasing and more positive interest in the potentials of cities and culture at night.
This panel will be invited to share their understanding of how design and governance are shaping diversity in 24-hour cities. If inequalities are magnified at night, and issues of safety are paramount, how can these be addressed through policy and practice interventions? How do questions of culture, migration and integration manifest in the work of those managing cities after dark? What research and interventions will enhance the equitability of cities at night in the future?
Mirik Milan, Co-founder, Vibe Lab and former Night Mayor of Amsterdam
Bryony Beynon, Managing Director, Good Night Out Campaign
Jo Cox-Brown, Founder, Night Time Economy
Florence Lam, Fellow, Director, Global Lighting Design Leader, Arup
Philip Kolvin QC, Cornerstone Barristers
Part of the Night Scenes conference at UCL Urban Laboratory, funded by Humanities in the European Research Area.
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