The successful integration of migrants is key to the future well-being, prosperity and cohesion of European societies. Although Member States are primarily responsible for integration, local authorities must help with policy coordination, exchange of knowledge and financial resources, and the promotion of social cohesion.
Schools can act as city hubs to combat rumours and intolerance.
Chris Michael shares his advice on how to write compelling city stories.
Programme Lead Expert, Ruth Essex, shares her insights into promoting social cohesion and challenging the nature of rumour- ideas from her experience...
Discover how 40 URBACT cities across Europe have brought positive impact in their population in terms of urban mobility, jobs and skills, reuse of...
Games offer unique opportunities for engaging stakeholders in contemporary cities says Ileana Toscano. While European cities face challenges of...