a Intercultural City project or program for winnipeg.

On , Mark D. Head said:

An Intercultural City network, the idea aims to facilitate mutual mentoring and exchange between cities which all face the challenge of diversity and migration. The network a learning community of cities, politicians, practitioners, academics and members of society, learning from each other's experiences in order to enable cities to respond positively to the challenge of diversity. The activities of the network are designed in a way which involve a broad range of citizens, city officials, administrative officers, service providers, professionals, civil society orgs, students, academics and other interested individuals in the process of building an intercultural vision and strategy for the city, reviewing its polices through an "intercultural lens" and developing intercultural skills. The network is open to cities with diverse or diversifying populations. we can seek to minimize negativity and maximize opportunities of cultural diversity and develop an inclusive intercultural identity.

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