Inclusive Cities is a Knowledge Exchange initiative hosted by the Global Exchange on Migration and Diversity and funded by Paul Hamlyn Foundation’s Shared Ground Fund. The first phase of the project ran for two years. It supported six UK cities and their local partners to achieve a step-change in their approach towards integration of newcomers in the city. Drawing on ideas and experience from within Europe and innovative approaches from cities in the United States, Inclusive Cities aims to support the development of an approach that is as follows:
The project is a knowledge exchange initiative which, in phase one, helped cities to reflect upon and develop their thinking in a number of ways:
This is a learning report outlining some of the key learning points from the first phase of the programme.
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