The intercultural cities network binds together member cities from different contexts across the globe through the joint work on increasing equality, the diversity advantage and interaction. This page provides a quick, visual, and simplified overview of the ICC member cities composition and main results in the implementation of the Intercultural integration policy model.

The graphs are based on selected indicators of the Intercultural Cities Index. For an interactive and complete analysis of the full 14 policy areas in the Intercultural City Index, please see the ICC Index Charts as well as the individual Index Reports and Intercultural Profiles for each city.


* The graphs are based on varying numbers of cities depending on when the question and available answer options were included in the ICC Index.