The Partnership for Healthy Cities COVID-19 Response Center, part of Bloomberg Philanthropies' Global Coronavirus Response Initiative, connects a network of 70 cities to crucial technical assistance and peer-to-peer support.
Just days after Mike Bloomberg launched a program to help American mayors improve their coronavirus response, Bloomberg Philanthropies today announced additional actions and funding to combat the pandemic on a global scale.
Bloomberg Philanthropies announces network of support for Mayors responding to the public health crisis - leveraging collaborations with the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and the Bloomberg Harvard City Leadership Initiative.
Six-year plan seeks to save 600,000 more lives and prevent up to 22 million injuries. Bloomberg Philanthropies also announces new Road Safety Awards competition to spotlight country and city successes.
The Asphalt Art Guide highlights art-driven street design projects in cities around the world and provides step-by-step guidance to cities looking to implement their own projects Bloomberg Philanthropies will award grants to 10 U.S. cities for new...
The Jewish Museum has launched new audio tours that will illuminate works of art from the Museum’s collection, highlight a range of perspectives, and provide an engaging experience for visitors of all backgrounds.