Zurich, the focus of this book, is a highly diverse city with a current population of over 400,000 inhabitants. Of the city’s population, 32% are foreign nationals coming from 169 nations, and 61% of residents
Conference poster with images from Zurich’s case study area.
Local authorities vs. NGOs: How can we enhance the positive impact of urban diversity together? is the title of the Zurich team’s workshop at the upcoming Governing Urban Diversity Conference. We asked Walter Schenkel and
Abstract for C1 Workshop: Local authorities vs. NGOs: How can we enhance the positive impact of urban diversity together? Friday, 10 February 2017, 13.00-14.30 The goal of this workshop is to translate our research results
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
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
Swiss partners Walter Schenkel and Larissa Plüss presented the findings of the Swiss case and some comparative results at the Association of the Major Core Cities recently. With the mayors of the ten biggest Swiss