Rikke Skovgaard Nielsen continues the dissemination process, this time presenting knowledge from Copenhagen’s DIVERCITIES research to the Local Council of Bispebjerg and other interested actors. It was a public event organised by the council held
This book is focused on Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark. Copenhagen is by far the largest city in Denmark; it is also the most diverse city. The city was historically the centre of the army,
‘Diversity and Deprivation’ was the theme at this year’s edition of the annual ‘Housing Day’ organised by the Danish Building Research Institute in Copenhagen. More than 100 practitioners and researchers from all across Denmark attended
Conference poster with images from Copenhagen’s case study area.
Boligen is a Danish magazine for social housing professionals working in Denmark. The current issue includes a ten page feature on DIVERCITIES including a long interview with Rikke Skovgaard Nielsen and a shorter one with
The Copenhagen team has been at work over the autumn on a major DIVERCITIES publication in Danish. The book is aimed at policymakers and governance officials in municipalities as well as enterprises and organisations interested
The DIVERCITIES team went to the Municipality of Aalborg to present their findings in January 2017. The presentation was a run through of the project, and the main focus was the nine recommendations developed for
On a recent Monday afternoon, Rikke Skovgaard Nielsen and Vigdis Blach of the Copenhagen DIVERCITIES team visited The Municipality of Copenhagen to present findings from DIVERCITIES research. We were invited by the Public Housing Office
At the beginning of December the Danish Building Research Institute and DIVERCITIES invited all Danish housing researchers to the Housing Research Seminar. The overall theme was diversity in urban areas, in the suburbs and in
Jakob Hjuler Tamsmark of The Partnership Unit, Muncipality of Copenhagen spoke about the importance of diversity.
On Wednesday 5 October, the final Copenhagen Policy Platform Meeting took place at Tribeca NV, a local restaurant with modern styling in an old industrial building that placed the spotlight on the area’s development. As
DIVERCITIES researchers Rikke Skovgaard Nielsen and Vigdis Blach recently went to Christianshavns High School to participate in their Researcher Internship Initiative. Rikke outlined her academic career and presented her current research to students interested in
An aspect highlighted by the Copenhagen team is that of diversity in relation to everyday products from afar. Enterprises that target ethnic minority groups, say a clothes shop selling hijabs or a a greengrocer selling
DIVERCITIES researcher Rikke Skovgaard Nielsen was recently interviewed in the Berlingske, a major national newspaper in Denmark, about our Copenhagen case study area Bispebjerg. The article focussed on the positive branding of diversity, along with
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
Policy Platform Meeting held in Copenhagen, Denmark on 25 October 2013. It was attended by (from left to right): René Brandt, Birgitta Gomez Nielsen, Solveig Hvidtfeldt, Sven Buch, Claes Nilas, Jakob Hjuler Tamsmark, Christian Deichmann