The Intercultural Cities Programme is happy to publish the Intercultural Cities Step-by-step guide in Greek.
Cities are uniquely placed to imagine and test solutions to achieve real inclusion. But how can decision-makers and city officials change their strategic approach to integration and inclusion in diverse societies, and adopt an “intercultural lens” to policy-making? How can they manage diversity as a resource, reaping on its benefits while minimising its risks?
The Intercultural Cities Step-by-step guide is a practical tool for local authorities to apply the urban model of intercultural integration and inclusion. It is based on the Intercultural Cities policy model and builds on leading cities’ practices, research, and Council of Europe’s human rights standards.
This Guide reflects the lessons learned from the implementation of intercultural strategies, and showcases the examples of cities approaching diversity with a positive outlook in order to facilitate the building of trust and shared identities across diverse groups. It enables public authorities wishing to explore and apply policies that harness diversity for personal and societal development to start a journey that will bring them into the future.