Migration And Cultural Inclusion In The European City by W. Neill

Migration And Cultural Inclusion In The European City

EditorW. Neill, H. Schwedler

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Cultural diversity and difference is increasing in European cities, driven by economic integration, migration and EU enlargement. Against a background of cultural friction, Migration and Cultural Inclusion in the European City is centrally concerned with how governance approaches to urban management and grass roots community dialogue can foster a sense of citizenship within which cultural difference can embed a spirit of tolerance. This collection, surveying the scene in a representative cross-section of European cities, explores the question of how to build the 'multicultural' city, and scrutinizes the policy agenda across a variety of different cultural settings.

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WILLIAM J.V. NEILL is Professor of Spatial Planning, University of Aberdeen. HANNS-UVE SCHWEDLER is Managing Director of the European Academy of the Urban Environment, Germany.

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Title:Migration And Cultural Inclusion In The European CityFormat:HardcoverDimensions:304 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.04 inPublished:November 24, 2006Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230007643

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List of Figures * List of Maps * List of Tables * Foreword * Notes on Contributors * Introduction: The challenge of the plural city--W.J.V. Neill & H.Schwedler * PART ONE: URBAN MIXING IN A CHANGING EUROPE: POLICY CONTEXT * Rethinking the Path to European Citizenship--E.Meehan * A Place for All Our Citizens: the Council of Europe and Shared Cities--R.Wilson * Setting an Agenda for Cultural Inclusion: the Work of EUROCITIES--H.Jakobsen * PART TWO: EVOLVING IDEAS OF CITIZENSHIP: THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES * Civic Republicanism and the Multicultural City--I.Honohan * Multiethnicity and the Negotiation of Place--J.Hillier * Participatory Citizenship through Cultural Dialogue--B.Murtagh, M.Murray & K.Keaveney * PART THREE: GOVERNANCE AND THE ACCOMMODATION OF DIFFERENCE: CITY PROFILES IN A COLD CLIMATE * The Dutch Approach to Planning for Multiculturalism Post Fortuyn--H.Priemus * Being and Living Together in French Cities. A Conflict-ridden Path Paved with Euphemisms--C.Jacquier * Berlin: Urban, Social and Ethnic Integration - an Urban Policy Challenge--I.Beer, A.Deniz & H.Schwedler * The Socially Integrative City - Results of the Interim Evaluation of a German Programme--H.Häussermann * Paradigm Shift: The Experience of Berlin's Commissioner for Integration and Migration--G.Piening & A.Germershausen * Embracing Multiculturalism - the Case of London--J.Morphet * Immigration to Italy: National Policies and Local Strategies in Verona and Turin--V.Maher * Fearing to Speak: Segregation and the Divided City of Belfast--P.Shirlow * Some Way To Go to a Shared Future: Groundwork in Belfast--M.McKee & S.Gordon * Bosnian Nationalism and the Rebuilding of Sarajevo--S.Engelstoft, G.Robinson & A.Pobric * Cultural Divisions in a Changing Lisbon--G.Moreira * Beyond the Pale in Dublin: Asylum Seekers, Welfare and Citizenship--D.Redmond * PART FOUR: CONCLUSIONS * Within the City Limits: Tolerance and the Negotiation of Difference--W.J.V.Neill & H.Schwedler * Appendix I: EUROCITIES' Contribution to Good Governance Concerning the Integration of Immigrants and the Reception of Asylum Seekers * Notes on the Contributors * Bibliography

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"...the chapters in this laudable collection are informative and insightful. A useful contribution to the field of migration and urban studies... Recommended." —CHOICE