The Urban Policy Lab is a teaching and research hub at the University of Toronto's Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy that brings together students, faculty, and practitioners to improve urban policy in the Toronto region and across Canada.
The Lab serves as a focal point for the School’s urban initiatives and training ground for current and future urban policy professionals, offering students new professional development and experiential learning opportunities through a range of collaborative research and civic education projects linking the academic, government, and not-for-profit sectors.
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In a new report published by the Canadian Urban Institute, UPL director Gabriel Eidelman and...Read More
The Urban Policy Lab is a proud partner in the Canadian Municipal Barometer project, which...Read More
On Saturday, November 30, the Urban Policy Lab hosted the inaugural Toronto Black Policy Conference, in partnership...Read More
"The goal of the Urban Policy Lab is to spark creative collaborations between academic researchers and urban policy practitioners, and to inspire and prepare students to pursue policy careers focused on cities."