The Diversity Matters in Vienna: Ursula Struppe reSITE 2016

Ursula Struppe is Head of Municipal department “Integration and Diversity” (MA 17) in Vienna since 2004.What is Vienna's recipe for successful integration?Respekt ist Kopfsache!...

Integrating Newly Arrived and Locally Established Citizens: ZK/U | reSITE 2016

ZK/U is an interface of urban global discourse and local reality."We host a special, privileged group of migrants - the artists."Philip Horst and Matthias...

What is Inclusive Design? Discussion at reSITE 2016

"How to initiate a project? If I participate it is also a part of me." Moderator: Lukas Feireiss, Studio Lukas Feireiss, BerlinIn Discussion with: Matthias Einhoff...

Saskia Sassen answers questions about migration. Discussion at reSITE 2016

"Here is the image that it produces for the reader who is just enjoying the notion of all these expats. There are people from...

Immigrants are not tools in a game: Miri Barbero Elkayam reSITE 2016

Since 2013, Miri Barbero Elkayam has been the director of Mesila, the Aid, Treatment and Information Center for Migrant Workers and Refugees in Tel...

Shared Housing for Refugees: Refugees Welcome | reSITE 2016

Why shouldn’t refugees live in private living situations instead of refugee camps?Mareike Geiling and Jonak Kakoschke founded Refugees Welcome (Flüchtlinge Willkommen), a flatsharing community...

Nothing in Between: Integration or Exclusion. A Story of Gdansk | reSITE 2016

"There is either active integration or exclusion. Nothing in between." While integration is challenging, exclusion is destructive.Marta Siciarek is Director of the Immigrants support...

Why Inclusive Design Matters? reSITE 2016

“Empty spaces are lost opportunities.” Marcus Westbury, Renew NewcastlePresentations: Riccardo Conti (Executive Director, Catalytic Action, London) & Joana Dabaj (Co-founder, Principal coordinator, Catalytic Action, London) Marcus Westbury...

Refugees Bring Talents and Skills – Eurocities Report | reSITE 2016

"Last year (in 2015) more than 1 million migrants and asylum seekers crossed into Europe. CITIES performed various roles as first points of arrival,...