Intercultural policies in European cities

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European cities have become increasingly diverse in ethnic and religious terms. This creates opportunities for cultural innovativeness and international competitiveness. However, the growing diversity in the local population makes influencing and managing intergroup relations and developing intercultural policies major challenges for cities. By looking at the major needs in intergroup relations, the responses taken to meet these needs, and cities’ efforts to improve attitudes and relations between majority and minority groups, this report aims to support the exchange of experience and learning between cities.

 

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