Antwerp, the focus of this book, is a highly diverse city with a current population of more than half a million inhabitants. As the largest city of the Flemish region in the north of Belgium,
Conference poster with images from Antwerp’s case study area.
At our recent Cross-Evaluation Conference in Antwerp we asked ten stakeholders to outline their thoughts on diversity in their cities. Nine of the ten interviews are now available to watch on our website or on
Hakim Benichou of the Samenlevingsopbouw speaks of diversity in Antwerp.
The DIVERCITIES team is in Antwerp this week for our Cross-Evaluation Conference, a stakeholder workshop on ‘Governing Urban Diversity’. It will bring together 70 civil society representatives, policy-makers, academic experts and DIVERCITIES researchers from our
In Antwerp local businesses and organisations have pulled together in an effort to ensure that diversity is seen in a more positive light. Street fairs and festivals with their joviality provide a perfect example. Everyone
In an interview on regional television yesterday, as well as several stories in the media, Ympkje Albeda from the Antwerp team reported on perceptions of diversity in Antwerpen Noord. Dutch readers can watch the clip