Leipzig Rap

Katrin Grossman from Leipzig sent this link to Leipzig (keiner kennt Dich, jeder hypt Dich) by Otto Heppe, Rakete & FFÖ. The final verse mentions Leipzig East, one of the two DIVERCITIES research in Leipzig.

Urban Policies for Diversity Advantage

We’re pleased to announce that Irena Guidikova, Manager of the Council of Europe’s Intercultural Cities programme, will give the closing presentation at our conference in Rotterdam. Irena’s presentation is titled Urban policies for diversity advantage –

Hungarian Stakeholders Meeting

A short report with images from the the Hungarian team who organised a meeting for stakeholders, governmental and non-governmental actors on October 27, 2016. The principal aim of the meeting was to discuss the main
Atlas

Graphic Renderings of Gentrification

The Atlas of Gentrification is a new book by Herwig Scherabon that presents gentrification through a series of data visualisations, graphs and maps. A year in the making, the book considers a range of issues
diversity

Planning, diversity, equality

Planning, diversity, equality is the title of Professor Ruth Fincher’s keynote address for the DIVERCITIES: Governing Urban Diversity Conference. Read the abstract below or learn more about Professort Fincher here. If the planning of our

AT HOME in Metropolitan Switzerland 2016

AT HOME in Metropolitan Switzerland is a participative platform about diversity and lifestyle. We met for a second time on 24 October 2016 at Telli, a large housing estate in Aarau. More than 70 guests
Athens exchange

On Exchange in Athens

Leipzig researcher Katharina Kullman is currently undertaking an Athens exchange and will be working with the EKKE team through to 21 December 2016. Katharina’s Athens exchange tasks include: elaborating on a perspective for institutional landscapes

AT HOME in Metropolitan Switzerland

AT HOME in Metropolitan Switzerland is a participative platform for diversity and lifestyle. The first event took place on 9 November 2015 at Base Camp in Zurich. In collaboration with the Metropolitan Switzerland Association, the