Projects related to Intercultural City/ Tabunka-Kyosei

As communities across the globe grow increasingly diverse, the way they manage diversity becomes a key challenge for the future. The Japan Foundation organizes various seminars and symposiums on the theme of “Intercultural City”/ “Tabunka-Kyosei.”

** An intercultural city views diversity—especially that of its immigrant community—not as a threat or a problem to be solved, but as a positive source of dynamism, innovation, creativity, and growth. Twenty-one European cities are currently exchanging expertise and experiences under the Intercultural City Programme started in 2008 by the Council of Europe.

Fiscal Year 2016

Fiscal Year 2015

Fiscal Year 2014

Fiscal Year 2013

Fiscal Year 2012

Group photo of participants at Asia-Europe Intercultural City Summit 2012 Hamamatsu

Fiscal Year 2011

Group photo of participants at Asia-Europe Intercultural City Summit 2011

Fiscal Year 2010

Photo of Intercultural City Seminar 2011

Fiscal Year 2009

Photo of participants at Public Symposium: Intercultural City and Multicultural Symbiosis

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