Marta Galceran

Marta Galceran is one of anteverti's senior consultants at and has lead projects for UN-Habitat, the European Union or the Inter-American Development Bank. Marta is also part of the congress team of the Smart City Expo World Congress since 2014, and currently works as its Programme Coordinator. Marta Galceran is a political scientist specialized in global governance and sustainable urban development, as well as in international strategies for local governments. She holds a Master in International Politics summa cum laude (University of Warwick) and is currently finishing a PhD in cities and global governance (UPF). She has more than 8 years of professional experience as a researcher and project manager in research centers (CIDOB, KIga, UB), public sector organizations (Kreuzberg Museum for Urban Development of Berlin) and local governments (Diputació de Barcelona). At the same time, she has written papers for several think tanks and been associated professor at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra (UPF).

Cities and internationalization: 4 trends that are shaping a new scenario of opportunities

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Senior Consultant at anteverti, Researcher & Expert in Internationalization and Global Governance

Cities and peri-urban territories must see today’s situation – and recent digital hyper-acceleration– as an opportunity to reposition themselves on the global map.

5 reasons why metropolitan cooperation and city alliances are key for a resilient post-pandemic future

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Senior Consultant at anteverti, Researcher & Expert in Internationalization and Global Governance

Our expert analysis | No city is big enough to face this pandemic alone, and multi-level and-stakeholder alliances can and should be an accelerator of global urban resilience.