Good Ideas: Diversity and Inclusion in Cities

March 21st, 2012

In an era of globalization and unprecedented urban growth, stories of migration are about open, inclusive cities that are creating opportunities for all, and include a palpable sense of excitement and opportunity.

A new report from the Fundación Bertelsmann takes a Spanish lens to the Cities of Migration collection and highlights good practice in the areas of young people, culture, public space, education and police services. Enjoy!!

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