When cities work well, people like what they’ve got, or at least they acknowledge it, they might not like every aspect of their history, but at least they know: This is me.
How to measure citizens’ well-being? What makes a city a place to live? Is it about job opportunities, the openness of a place, public spaces, or cultural events?
What happens when the city understands the importance of design and the objective of producing economic value and retaining talent?
Hear more about essential elements that help people bond with the specific place in the first episode of Košice 2.0 series.
“People won’t change because of data, but because of experiences.“ Daan Roseegaarde.
How can data inform better policies? Is data the holy grail for decision-making?
Hear more about decision-making based on data and what brings a change in people’s behavior in the second episode of Košice 2.0 series.