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Chair 2024 – Lecture 3: Planning for Inequality

In this lecture, Prof. Raquel Rolnik will present some of the conflicts, themes and political options that have defined the evolution of the city of São Paulo since its foundation. Rolnik, endorsed by the rapper Emicida who collaborated in her latest book-project, underscores the thesis that urban inequality is the result of a political project, consequently opening up avenues for potential transformation: “If the embarrassing social abyss in which we find ourselves today is the result of deliberate choices, the construction of a better future city will equally depend on such choices.”

This lesson will start with a lecture given by Raquel Rolnik, followed by a moment of interactions between the chairholder and the audience.


23 Apr 24


de 16:00 à 17:30




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