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The Shared Society Project in the Euro-Iberoamerican dialogue on diversity

The Shared Society Project in the Euro-Iberoamerican dialogue on diversity

September 01, 2014

The Shared Societies Project Content Coordinator, Clem McCartney, participated in the "Euro-Iberoamerican Dialogue on Diversity: how can cities realise the diversity advantage" that took place in Mexico City on 27-28 August 2014. Mexico city, which has been a member of the Council of Europe’s Intercultural cities network since 2010, hosted the first exchange between European Intercultural cities and cities in Latin America interested in the intercultural integration approach to managing diverse communities, and the Shared Societies approach was part of the discussion. During the meeting it was explored the potential for the setting up of a regional Intercultural cities network in Latin America.

The participants involved representatives of the Council of Europe, the Organisation of Ibero-American States for Education, Science and Culture (OEI), the Federal District of Mexico City, the ‘Club de Madrid’, ‘la Caixa’ Foundation, and officials from the following cities: London Lewisham, Lisbon, Madrid, Mexico City, Quito, Santa Tecla, Sao Bernardo do Campo, Sao Paulo, Tenerife and also the State of Puebla (Mexico).
For more information you could visit the Council of Europe Website.

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  • Clem McCartneyResearch Consultant, Club of Madrid Shared Societies Project Policy and Content Coordinator

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