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Based at the University of Birmingham, City REDI is a brand new research institute focused on developing an academic understanding of major city regions across the globe to develop practical policy which better informs and influences regional and national economic growth policies.
Learn more about City REDI and the impact the centre will have on the region.
Commentary from members of City REDI covering a range of issues and topics.
Posted 13 April 2017
The American Association of Geographers Annual meeting 2017 was held from 5-9 April in Boston, USA. It featured over 6,900 presentations, posters and workshops by leading scholars, experts, and researchers. In attendance from City REDI, and giving papers and organising sessions, were Dr Catherine Harris and Professor John Bryson.
This event will discuss the implications of Brexit for Birmingham in terms of migration. Birmingham is one of the most diverse cities in the UK, having experienced major migration flows over many decades. What does Brexit mean for its current and future population mix?
City REDI's Simon Collinson appears in an Al-Jazeera feature focusing on post-Brexit trade
Martin Reeves (Chief Executive, Coventry City Council) at the City-REDI launch event