The City of Athens, the focus of this book, is a highly diverse city with a current population of approximately 664,000 inhabitants (the metropolitan area of Athens, however, is home to 3.8 million inhabitants). Athens
Conference poster with images from Athens’s case study area.
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
The Vice-mayor municipality of Athens, Migration Issues Lefteris Papagiannakis spoke to us about diversity in the city.
One of the main conclusions drawn by the Greek team concerns the problem of how to cater to consumers with different needs in diverse districts. Entrepreneurs raised the issue of how they cope with the
In May 2016, DIVERCITIES researcher Dimitris Balampanidis presented the Diverse Cities: The Assets of Urban Diversity Educational Programme to students at the 1st Primary School (in Greek) in the Municipality of Acharnes in Athens. Here is
DIVERCITIES researcher Thomas Maloutas (Athens) presented the Diversity: Conceptual Issues Masterclass at the fourth International Consortium Meetings in Athens on 10 February 2015. ‘Diversity’ is often used interchangeably with the term ‘multiculturalism’, referring to the