Melbourne has bagged the tag of ‘most livable city’ in many indexes over the years. In a wide-ranging conversation with OBOR editorial team, Kevin Louey, Councillor, Prosperous City & Deputy Chair of the Arts, Culture and Heritage,...
Women are fast resuming leadership roles across the globe and Brazil is no exception. Diana Motta, Director of Department of Policies on Accessibility and Urban Planning, MInistry of Cities, Brazil, is one of them What kind of challenges do women...
Caption Yumiko Noda served as the deputy mayor of Yokohama city between 2007 and 2009. She has been a senior fellow at Japan Research Centre in Tsinghua University, Beijing, as well as a project finance banker...
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The Mother Mayor

Sally Ante Lee is the first woman mayor of Sorsogon city, Philippines. She has been active in social service for the last forty years. She is loved by the citizens of her city because of her...
Pier Roberto Remitti, Team Leader, International Urban Center, European Union, speaks to OBOR editorial team about the significance of climate change and impact on cities. Remitti stresses on exchange of information and cooperation between cities as...
South Africa has embarked on a massive program for its ever growing urban population says Andries Neil, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs, South Africa, through Integrated Urban Development Framework South Africa has recently introduced Integrated Urban...
Dr Sriparna Pathak, an academician and expert on China, South Asia and international relations, speaks to BeltnSilkRoad.com about the progress of the Belt and Road Projects and the potential upside for the countries partaking in the world's...