Cities participating in the Intercultural cities programme undergo expert and peer reviews of their policies, governance and practice.

This review takes the form of narrative reports and city profiles – a form which is very rich in content and detail but is relatively heavy as a tool to monitor progress and communicate results.

The Intercultural Cities Index is a complementary tool, capable of illustrating visually level of achievement of each city, progress over time, and enabling comparison with other cities. This tool contains a limited number of strong indicators which make it easier to identify and communicate where a city stands in relation to intercultural integration, where effort should be focused in the future and which other cities could be a source of good practice in these particular areas.

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