CityLab

October 22 – 24, 2017
Paris

HOSTED IN PARTNERSHIP WITH

CityLab is a celebration of cities and city life. This one of a kind ​gathering brings together mayors from around the world, along with urban experts, business leaders, artists and activists.  

This year we will be in Paris, a global center for art, fashion, food and culture. The city ​offers an extraordinary backdrop for this change-making experience. For two and a half days, participants come together to explore solutions for the most pressing issues facing city leaders and city dwellers alike. Through panel discussions, one on one conversations, workshops and field trips, the event is a showcase for innovation and ingenuity. And while there are deep divisions in the world today, CityLab attendees are united by their ambition to make their cities more vibrant and livable.


Take a look back at CityLab 2016 in Miami


For more information about CityLab 2017, contact us here

For press inquiries, please contact Sydney Simon at ssimon@theatlantic.com

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Hosted in Partnership With

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Also in This Series

  • CityLab Baltimore

    CityLab Baltimore convened top urban stakeholders from around the country to discuss some of the most pressing issues US cities face.

  • Politics

    CityLab 2016

    CityLab gathers the world’s most creative mayors and city practitioners with artists, academics, funders, and other public and private sector leaders to focus on improving cities and spreading urban strategies that work.

  • Politics

    CityLab 2015

    CityLab once again brought together top urban theorists, municipal leaders and other key voices that contribute to the vibrance of cities around the world to discuss metropolitan ideas and innovation.

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  • Health Care

    Cancer and the Community

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