Social and Ethnic Segregation
o Does the government of your country have a strategy to counter segregation? What are the main elements of this strategy?
o What elements do you feel are vital to include in an integrated strategy countering segregation?
o How can different levels of government best work together to maximise the effects of social mixing?
o What are practical and innovative ways in which you see possibilities for financing comprehensive mixing strategies in the current economic conditions?
26 Apr 2012
With the EU2020 Strategy, the European Commission aims for an inclusive economy delivering high levels of employment and social cohesion. About 80 per cent of the European Union’s population lives in urban areas where the effects of many social and economic challenges are most keenly felt. Cities thus need to play an important role in attaining inclusion goals, as segregation is leading to sharp contrasts on the urban level
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