EuroForum Virtual Briefing: City Networks & the Pittsburgh Glasgow Project

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24.04.2018 | 12:00
- 13:30
Cohen & Grigsby, 625 Liberty Ave, Floor 5, Suite 506

Pittsburgh & Glasgow Coat of Arms

Faced with a number of complex challenges on a global scale, Pittsburgh city officials have cultivated networks of cities around the world to exchange best practices and experiences in the pursuit of policy-making that works. What are cities like Pittsburgh and Glasgow learning from each other?

Join us for a Virtual Briefing about the Pittsburgh-Glasgow Project that is promoting just cities across the Atlantic.  Made possible with the support of funding from the European Union. 

The Pittsburgh-Glasgow Project made possible by funding from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to engage in a learning exchange with leading professionals from Glasgow, Scotland and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and to share best practices and policies around health equity, resilience, and sustainability.

Sponsored by the Jean Monnet European Union Center of Excellence at the University of Pittsburgh, the Pittsburgh Chapter of the German American Chamber of Commerce and Pittsburgh Euro Forum. Made possible with the support of funding from the European Union. With special thanks to the City of Pittsburgh and the City of Glasgow. 


Grant Ervin
Chief Resilience Officer, City of Pittsburgh

Des McNulty
Vice-Chair, Glasgow Commission on Economic Growth

Lee Haller
Director, Department of Innovation & Performance, City of Pittsburgh

The German American Chamber of Pittsburgh is honored to host this event in the Executive Board Room at Cohen & Grigsby.