Dealing with Urban Diversity: The Case of Istanbul

2017-2-1
Eraydın, Ayda
Demirdağ, İsmail
Güngördü, Feriha Nazda
Yersen Yenigün, Özge
This book is one of the outcomes of the DIVERCITIES project. It focuses on the question of how to create social cohesion, social mobility and economic performance in today’s hyperdiversified cities. The project’s central hypothesis is that urban diversity is an asset; it can inspire creativity, innovation and make cities more liveable and harmonious. To ensure a more intelligent use of diversity’s potential, a re-thinking of public policies and governance models is needed. Headed by Utrecht University in the Netherlands, DIVERCITIES is a collaborative research project comprising 14 European teams. DIVERCITIES is financed by the European Commission under the 7th Framework Programme (Project No. 319970). There are fourteen books in this series, one for each case study city. The cities are Antwerp, Athens, Budapest, Copenhagen, Istanbul, Leipzig, London, Milan, Paris, Rotterdam, Tallinn, Toronto, Warsaw and Zurich. This book is concerned with Istanbul. Most of the texts in this book are based on a number of previously published DIVERCITIES reports.
Citation Formats
A. Eraydın, İ. Demirdağ, F. N. Güngördü, and Ö. Yersen Yenigün, Dealing with Urban Diversity: The Case of Istanbul. 2017.