Milan, the focus of this book, currently has 3.2 million inhabitants in the metropolitan administrative area, and 1.3 million in the municipality. It is a highly diverse city in terms of population: 13.1% of residents
Over a three month period, the Milan team worked with teachers on the Diverse Cities Education Programme in a school in the north eastern area of Zona di Decentramento 2 in Via Padova. The area
Conference poster with images from Milan’s case study area.
Titled Professions, skills and volunteering. Balancing roles for effective initiatives?, workshop B5 coordinated by Eduardo Barberis will provide insight into how initiatives can benefit from diversity. The workshop will begin with two short presentations by
Marco Buemi of Diversita Lavoro speaks to us about diversity in Milan.
An issue that the Milan team was alerted to in their research was the relationship between neighbourhood diversity and business relations in the neighbourhood itself. It raised a number of questions including: Do business people
Photographs from our field trip to the Via Padova area in Milan. Roughly four kilometres in length, Via Padova is a part of a large neighbourhood with one of the highest percentages of immigrant residents,