VIRTUAL FORUM: UNLEARNING AND INNOVATION
Friday | July 10, 2020 | 10:00-11:00 AM Pacific
Music and dance prevail even during protest marches amidst a pandemic. If we've learned anything from 2020, it's that we need outlets for connection and sociability. Cities have an opportunity to make nightlife better than "normal"— cleaner, safer and more vibrant. Nightlife post-COVID has the potential to be more diverse, inclusive and equitable in patronage, ownership and programming.
Miki Stricker-Talbot was a keynote speaker at RHI's 2020 Sociable City Summit and an inspiration for RHI's Sociable City Vision Innovation Team. She brings unique and unconventional insights on how to "unlearn" and "innovate" during this unprecedented time.
Get inspired to think outside the box. In fact, throw out the box entirely. Learn how to rise to meet challenges without relying on the tools that are tried and true.
RHI PRESIDENT JIM PETERS conducted six interviews at the 2020 Sociable City Summit in Seattle with thought leaders from diverse perspectives and backgrounds.
Each shared their personal history and role in programs and strategies on nighttime management.
From Social Distance to the New Sociability
RHI's 2020 Virtual Forum Series begins with an overview of what to expect in your community as nightlife shuts down and steps to be taken to help businesses survive and recover.
RHI president Jim Peters and vice president Alicia Scholer bring insights gathered from twenty years of working with cities on planning life at night and presents insights on trends to restoring a safe and vibrant social economy post COVID-19.
GLOBAL thought leaders ON THE future OF the SOCIAL ECONOMY
Philip Kolvin served as the first chair of the London entertainment commission and prepared the Mayor's 24/7 blueprint From Good Night to Great Night.
Andreina Seijas is completing her doctoral degree in Urban Planning at the Harvard Graduate School of Design and author of Governing the Night-time City: The Rise of Night Mayors as a New Form of Urban Governance After Dark.
A RELATIONSHIP APPROACH TO MANAGE NIGHTLIFE
SAFETY AND SECURITY in social venues requires a formal alliance among management, staff and public safety agencies. Threats from terrorism and active shooters, sexual harassment and assault, alcohol-related risk and impacts on residential quality of life combine to place exception responsibility to have detailed plans and training.
Night Mayors: What it Takes to be Your City’s Nightlife Champion
Cities worldwide are desperately seeking night mayors.
Five out of seven continents have cities with a night mayor/ manager or are formally seeking to hire one.
Is your city next? Learn what it takes to occupy this high profile position. Seven US Night Mayors/Managers share their experience and recommendations.
PUBLIC SAFETY AND POLICING NIGHTLIFE DISTRICTS
Public safety in the nighttime economy requires unique strategies. This webinar features the co-author of RHI's guide on public safety as well as chair of the International CPTED Association.
Get an in-depth review of the first how-to guide for public safety and police administrators on inter-agency alliances, officer deployment and training. Then learn how to design out crime and disorder using proven Crime Prevention through Environmental Design (CPTED) principles.
The nighttime economy comprises an important element of a city’s employment base, tax revenue and identity.
As the nighttime economy spurs development of social venues, greater demands are placed on police and public safety departments.
THE VALUE AND COSTS OF A VIBRANT SOCIAL ECONOMY
THE SOCIABLE CITY: What's SOCIABILITY GOT TO DO WITH IT?