Every year the ICC seeks feedback from its member cities on the past year as well as the priorities for the year to come. The results of the annual survey are used to plan for upcoming activities and to prioritise between topics.
Webinar on "Interculturalism and Anti-Racism in Cities"
The ICC programme is happy to announce its collaboration with the Laboratory for Research on Intercultural Relations (LABRRI) at the University of Montreal for the organisation of an international webinar on “Interculturalism and Anti-Racism in Cities”. The webinar will take place on 26 February, at 9 a.m. (Canada; 3 p.m. CET).
It is with great pleasure that the Intercultural Cities programme announces Sherbrooke’s membership, the second city from Québec (Canada) to join the ICC family and the 145th member of the ICC coalition of inclusive cities!
Can a research project change a city? The Born in Bradford study
How can we keep families healthy and happy? This is the question that the Born in Bradford Study is now set to answer. By tracking the health and wellbeing of over 30,000 Bradfordians, this National Health Service (NHS) study aims to identify the underlying factors which shape the health and wellbeing of its citizens from even before they’re born.
Launch of the Guide and video tutorial on “Intercultural Competencies applied to the development of public administration projects”
Awarded with one of the grants opened in 2020 by the Intercultural Cities programme, the municipalities of Bilbao, Castellò de la Plana, Donostia/San Sebastiàn, and the Island of Tenerife (Spain) successfully concluded a project on developing the intercultural skills of public administration staff as a key element for advancing further in the building of strong intercultural cities and territories.