On-demand webinar: Creating a social legacy from the Brisbane 2032 Games

Drawing on insights from his work on social legacy initiatives for the London 2012 and Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, RPS Social Advisory and Research Executive Advisor, Dr Gary Cox discusses the legacy potential of Brisbane 2032 in a webinar hosted by RPS, in partnership with the Infrastructure Association of Queensland (IAQ).

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How will Brisbane deliver a positive social legacy for Queensland communities in the ten years before and after the 2032 Games?

Dr Gary Cox discusses the lessons that Brisbane can learn from Sydney 2000 and London 2012, and offers insights on how host regions can make social value central to their major event preparation.

Watch on demand to learn how social value can be unlocked in the lead up to Brisbane 2032.


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Dr Gary Cox

Gary Cox has over 30 years’ experience in urban regeneration, sustainability and social policy in both industry and government. He has had senior roles in the UK and Australia, delivering strategic urban regeneration studies, infrastructure studies and social impact assessments. Gary brings experience from his work on the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, working for the Mayor of London and the Commission for a Sustainable London 2012.


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Maximising benefits for Queensland communities

The investment decisions we make about Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games venues, accommodation, transport, and sustainability will shape the lives of millions before, during and after the competition is over.

At RPS, we want to help ensure the Games leave a lasting positive legacy.


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