REWARDING ENGAGEMENT – VALUES CLUSTER VISIT IN NUREMBERG

REWARDING ENGAGEMENT – VALUES CLUSTER VISIT IN NUREMBERG

“We saw what it was here in Nuremberg when we forgot our values,” said Diana Liberova, a Nuremberg city councillor, of the need to embrace the value of integration. One in four Nuremberg residents are non-Germans, and almost half of all residents have a migrant...
CESENA MAKES IT POSSIBLE – VALUES CLUSTER VISIT

CESENA MAKES IT POSSIBLE – VALUES CLUSTER VISIT

“This is a welcoming community with a great sense of hospitality,” said councillor Carmelina Labruzzo, welcoming the cities of Madrid and Riga to Cesena, where they had gathered to make progress on migrant integration. Cesena has several non-profit organisations...
BRIDGES AND RAINBOW – VALUES IN AMSTERDAM

BRIDGES AND RAINBOW – VALUES IN AMSTERDAM

Half of all Amsterdam residents are first – or second-generation migrants. In order to ensure that integration can occur, and the efficacy of integration methods can be measured, the city keeps careful track of the makeup of its population. It is also careful to...
NO ONE HAS NO SKILLS – SHEFFIELD WELCOMES VALUES

NO ONE HAS NO SKILLS – SHEFFIELD WELCOMES VALUES

“He came, he was so isolated. He had anxiety; he was so stressed. He was an asylum seeker. He was lost, he didn’t think he could do anything.” Moses Lutakome describes his meeting with a migrant who became involved with Sheffield’s New Beginnings project. This project...