QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE: 2020 SOCIABLE CITY SUMMIT

There are five formats for learning opportunities:

  • PLENARY: or keynote address for all participants
  • PANEL: Structured discussion panel
  • SOLUTION SESSION: Facilitated workshops on emerging trends. Facilitators provide introductions followed by five minute participant solution stories
  • TECHNICAL WORKSHOPS: Practitioners share their approach on key challenges in nighttime management
  • SOCIABLE CITY SHOWCASE: Team presentations of a city's approach to nighttime management

 

Program Highlights

Bring a team so you can attend multiple sessions on key topics organized by RHI’s Building Blocks of a Sociable City.

LAY A FOUNDATION

  • Three Cities Share Tips to Create Nightlife Offices and Night Managers
  • Sociable City Showcase Presentations: Washington, DC, New York City
  • Sociable City Showcase Presentations: Orlando, FL, Victoria, BC
  • Research Forum Shares Studies on Night Mayors, Venue Safety and District Evaluation
  • Corporate Programs, Products and Services to Create Safe, Vibrant Nightlife
  • Night Managers Forum: Engage Pioneer Professionals in Nighttime Management

 

 PLAN FOR PEOPLE

  • College City Alliances to Solve Student and Nightlife Challenges
  • From Shopping to Social Districts: Planning Smart Growth in the 21st Century
  • Making Emerging Mobility Options Safe and Efficient For Life At Night
  • Can't We All Just Get Along? Managing Sound in a Music City: Austin Case Study
  • Planners Forum: Engaging City Planners in Nighttime Management

ASSURE SAFETY

  • Public Safety Teams in Nightlife Districts
  • Community-Centered Compliance: Shifting from "Doing to" to "Doing with"
  • Supervisors Sharing Solutions on Safety and Security
  • A District Approach to Reduce Knife and Gun Violence: Kansas City Case Study
  • #MeToo in Nightlife: A Workshop on Creating a Culture of Respect in Social Spaces
  • Trendspotting Forum: The Evolution of Security Standards in Social Venues

ENHANCE VIBRANCY

  • Women Making Things Happen in Nightlife as Patrons and Venue Operators
  • Music is the Heartbeat of Sociability: The Evolution of Music Cities
  • Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in Social Spaces
  • Stirring the Pot of Cannabis Regulation: From Brews to Blunts

 

 

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