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Handbook for the design of intercultural policies: summary of the original Spanish version
Zapata Barrero, Ricard; Pinyol Jiménez, Gemma
Local governments need minimum common criteria to manage the social dynamics of diversity. This Handbook defends the strategy of interculturality as a public political approach, based on a way to interpret interculturality as a positive resource, as a public cultural and a collective good. It is an approach that promotes the equitative interaction as a way to generate a cohesive common public space. This Handbook provides the reader with the conceptual and practical instruments to help (and inspire) those territories which would like to integrate interculturality as an urban project.It aims to serve as a ground for discussion to jointly work in local administrations and other government levels, fororganizations and institutions, as well as for cultural, political and citizens collectives. Results are presented asan action by the Red de Ciudades Interculturales (RECI), within the Intercultural Cities framework by the Councilof Europe, with the collaboration of Obra Social "La Caixa".
2013-02
Immigration
Cities
Public policy
Europe
Interculturalism
Diversity
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Universitat Pompeu Fabra. Department of Political & Social Sciences
         

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