Culture, Heritage and Diversity

 

Evaluating the performance and impact of intercultural policies

 

Pécs, Hungary, 20-21 June 2013

 

Programme

Proposed working method

List of Participants

Biographies

 

Session I: Introduction


Evaluating the performance and impact of intercultural policies: Methodological overview – Mr Dino PINELLI

 

Session II: Completed/ongoing policy evaluations: plenary


Case I: Lewisham Young Mayor 2012 election. Qualitative study assessing show the programme worked, how people behaved during the process, what behavioral changes were enacted throughout – Mr Paul CHAPMAN and Mrs Kalbir SHUKRA, + Q&A of clarification

 

Case II: Hamburg. The Hamburg Welcome Centre as a best Practice of administrative Culture of Welcoming and the TAPiG Programme: a best Practice of a public private Partnership for the mobility of third country nationals. – Mrs Birte STELLER, + Q&A of clarification

 

Session IV: Future policy evaluations: plenary


Case I: Patras. Intercultural strategy. Mrs Chrysoula GERAGA and Mr Achilleas KAMEAS (SONETOR)

 

Case II. Copenhagen. Inclusion Policy Unit.– Mrs Anna BALLAN (Theory of Change)

 

Other documents


Reshaping Local Political Culture and Civic Engagement by Emerging Cultural Identities - How does ECoC affect local communities and what can local communities gain from ECoC? by László I. Komlósi and Gyöngyi Pozsgay University of Pécs, Hungary

 

Evaluation du programme agent de liaison dans les bibliothčques publiques de Montréal [fr]

 

 

 


 

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