How do people deal with diversity in deprived and mixed urban neighbourhoods? This edited collection provides a comparative international perspective on superdiversity in cities, with explicit attention given to social inequality and social exclusion on
Our Handbook for Governing Hyper-diverse Cities is now available to download. Based on DIVERCITIES research in 14 countries, our team of 60+ international researchers interviewed over 140 interesting local initiatives for this handbook. Our aim is
Our latest and final Policy Brief titled The Assets of Urban Diversity is now available. You can read the abstract and download the full document below or view all of our Policy Briefs on our
Diversity and social cohesion: the case of Jane-Finch, a highly diverse lower-income Toronto neighbourhood is the title of Donya Ahmadi’s article published in the Urban Research & Practice journal. The abstract is below and the
Impact magazine aims to communicate research across a range of topics. Pathways to Innovations is the focus of the current issue and features an interview with Gideon Bolt titled A pathway to improving Europe’s social cohesion.
Gideon Bolt had an early start as a guest on De Dagwacht (The Morning Watch) program on NPO Radio 1. Speaking on the topic of gentrification, Gideon spoke on the subject backgrounded by DIVERCITIES research.
Read the full report from the DIVERCITIES: Governing Urban Diversity Conference held in Rotterdam from 8-10 February 2017 here.
Our highlights video from the recent DIVERCITIES: Governing Urban Diversity Conference in Rotterdam is available to watch on our website and on our YouTube Channel. Produced by Hoyinck Photography, the short film captures the positive
Edmund of The Seed at the Diversity Mini-Festival.
We’re pleased to announce that we have a selection of video clips from the DIVERCITIES: Governing Urban Diversity Conference available to view on our website. The clips include the opening address from Korrie Louwes, Keynotes
Watch Irena Guidikova’s closing address: Urban policies for diversity advantage – the Intercultural City paradigm. Irena Guidikova is Head of Division, World Forum for Democracy, Intercultural Cities Program.
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
The Warsaw team will speak next week at the Museum of Praga (in Polish) about the results of their research in the district of Praga. Ewa Olejniczak Korcelli and Filip Piotrowski, both from the Institute
One of our ideas for the Diversity Mini-Festival was to have booths for each initiatve so that conference visitors could drop by and get to know the work of each initiative informally. The image above
Watch Ruth Fincher Keynote address: “Planning, diversity and equality”. Ruth Fincher is Redmond Barry Distinguished Professor Emeritus, University of Melbourne.
Ümit Kiziltan’s Keynote address: Diversity and Immigration: Projections, public anxiety, and choosing inclusion and hope over fear. Ümit Kiziltan is Director General, Research and Head of Evaluation, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada.