The intercultural city is an inclusive place; a place where we all feel welcome, get to participate, interact, and learn from each other. The intercultural city is our Home. And while for some Home is the place where they were born or could freely choose to settle, for others it is someplace different: they were forced to leave their Home and found a new one in one of the intercultural cities. We all deserve a safe Home.

On this page refugees, city staff and the wider residents of the Intercultural cities share what Home means to them.

Through this joint campaign the Intercultural Cities will support the annual UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) campaign to stand together #WithRefugees.

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Below you will find posters with quotes sharing what Home means to the residents of the intercultural cities. Click on the posters and different sections of colours to take part of their messages.