Reflect. Reset. Renew.
2020 is likely to be viewed as the most significant year in London’s history in generations. Yet in many respects the crisis is only accelerating trends and exposing issues that were already pressing.
The disproportionate impact of coronavirus on some Londoners has highlighted the long-enduring inequalities in our city. Other lifestyle changes forced upon us by the crisis have offered a glimpse of a calmer and greener future.
The London Conference 2020 was a space for Londoners to reflect on this year and how we can create a more resilient and inclusive city going forwards.
Watch the sessions
We recorded every session at the conference so that you can catch up in your own time. We’re always interested to hear your views and feedback so do share your thoughts with us on social media with #LonConf20.
We posted a series of blogs by the Centre for London team, as well as pieces by some of our speakers, reflecting on the sessions and the themes we discussed on the The London Conference 2020 Blog.
“I see [Centre for London] as this city’s brain trust, constantly putting out high quality, thoughtful and timely work – something that will be more important than ever as we look to solve the challenges ahead.”
Sadiq Khan, Mayor of London at The London Conference 2020