Berlin hosted the Diversity Encounters: Intersectional and Post-Colonial conference. In an effort to move the academic debate and research on diversity beyond the racial and ethnic lens, contributors applied intersectional and/or post-colonial perspective. Papers presented
OneWorld went on safari with DIVERCITIES researcher Anouk Tersteeg in the Feijenoord district of Rotterdam to uncover the positive effects of ethnic diversity, a counter to diversity often being connected to problems.
The May 2016 issue of Geografie features an article considering urban diversity as an opportunity using the Rotterdam case study and the Diverse Cities Educational Programme as examples. The issue also includes a tribute to
Taking advantage of The Danish Research Festival, an annual week long program aiming to spread knowledge and research methods to schools and organisations across the country, the Copenhagen team took the DIVERCITIES Educational Programme out
Subdivided: City-Building in an Age of Hyper-Diversity is a new book asking “how can we expand city-building processes to tackle issues ranging from transit equity and trust- based policing to holistic mental health, dignified affordable
Presented by Neighbourhood Change Research Partnerships in collaboration with the University of Toronto and Coach House Books, Toronto’s Hyper-diversity: Opportunity or Challenge? Public Forum took place last night at the Ignatieff Theatre, University of Toronto.
Born and raised in the Jane-Finch community, Tiffany Ford has an authentic perspective of what it means to be labelled as “at-risk” youth. She strives to go beyond the stereotypes and stigma that marginalized people
The Toronto team interviewed Cleoni Natacha Crawford as part of their research for Fieldwork Entrepreneurs. Cleoni Natacha provided insight into her various projects, including her first business, C-virtue, a Christian-inspired clothing line for women who
Paul Nguyen is the founder of Jane-Finch.com, a website set up in 2004 which counters negative stereotypes attached to the Jane and Finch neighbourhood. For his work, he has received numerous awards at the local,