November 18, 2014

Two projects from Delhi receive the Deutsche Bank Urban Age Award

The Deutsche Bank Urban Age Award is a travelling prize endowed with USD 100,000 for initiatives that improve the quality of life and quality of urban environment within a specific city.

“The ques­tion we are facing is not: Will ur­ba­ni­za­tion con­tin­ue? The real ques­tion is: Will ur­ba­ni­za­tion con­tin­ue to be a force for good?”

Anshu Jain Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Alfred Herrhausen Society and Co-CEO of Deutsche Bank

“The projects of the Deutsche Bank Urban Age Award are about getting under the skin of what is happening in the city (…) Relatively small changes can have a huge impact on the quality of life for urban residents.”

Ricky Burdett Jury Member, Professor of Urban Studies at the London School of Economics and Political Science

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