Urban Planning Intern
Currently completing her master’s degree at Oxford Brookes, Tereza recently produced a dissertation on ‘Improving the Social Dynamics of Confined Spaces Located in Extreme Environments’. She studied at Cambridge University for her undergraduate degree and has gained practical urban design experience working for an urban design studio in Oxfordshire, UK. Tereza’s passion for developing thriving, connected cities to accommodate the Earth’s rising population has deepened during her volunteer teaching experience in Nepal.
Each month, the CCI team selects a new book to read and discuss together. Our book club selections cover a wide range of topics that are relevant to charter cities, but they are most often related to development, urban issues, and governance. In this ongoing series, reviewers will offer summaries of the books we’ve read and share some of the highlights from our discussions.
Always an insightful conversation with Charter Cities Institute Founder and Chairman Mark Lutter who returns to the podcast to share his perspective on network cities, charter city trends, and more.
In 2011 the charismatic Michael Sata, leader of the Popular Front, was elected President of Zambia. His manifesto blamed slow economic growth and poverty reduction on the cautious macroeconomic policies