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Spatial segregation in cities - 18.10.2013
URBACT releases 'Against divided cities in Europe' report to help cities develop public policies to improve social cohesion
This study presents an overview of how public policies influence segregation in cities. In order to help cities rethink the concept of spatial segregation and to take action, URBACT offers examples and practices used by various European cities that can help to break barriers that separate the population. URBACT is a European exchange and learning programme promoting sustainable urban development.
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