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Small but diverse: the role of urban and rural communities in place-based diversity and inclusiveness

Conference contribution
Authors Eva Maria Jernsand
Emma Björner
Lillian Omondi
Published in Mistra Urban Futures annual international conference Realising just cities - lessons, impacts and outcomes, 15 October 2019, Sheffield, UK
Publication year 2019
Published at Gothenburg Research Institute (GRI)
Centre for Tourism
Department of Business Administration, Marketing Group
Mistra Urban Futures
Language en
Subject categories Business Administration, Sociology


The workshop will focus on the roles of networks, institutions and projects in urban and rural communities in generating diversity and inclusiveness. There will be three presentations on cases in different countries, focussed on impacts, challenges and opportunities of different types of initiatives. This will be followed by generating shared knowledge with participants in the session, through workshop activities. Leader: Eva-Maria Jernsand and Emma Björner

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