Upcoming Events


Past Events

The PLURISPACE Team has organized and/or participated in the following events

19/10/2022, 9:30am – 7pm (CEST)
Sciences Po, Paris
PLURISPACE Final Conference

Our collaborative project PLURISPACE is coming to an end. After 3 years of regular Zoom meetings, lots of virtual presentations, exchanges, and conversations among us, it is time to share our experience and results with the associate partners, members of the Advisory Board, decision makers and associations who participated in our field work.

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Click here to see some photos of the conference in Paris

17/10/2022, 9am-7pm
Toynbee Hall, London

The PLURISPACE team will share part the outcomes of the project with the members of the Advisory Board and representatives of civil society who participated in our fieldwork in the UK.

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Click here to see some photos of the conference in London

23/06/2022, 11am-1pm (EDT)
Immigration & Interculturalism in European & U.S. Cities

Ricard Zapata-Barrero will discuss the intercultural policy paradigm from a conceptual and policy point of view at the city and regional
scale, compare how U.S. cities and States manage diversity, which normative perspectives they follow, and how interculturalism can be a common ground of dialogue between Europe and U.S. cities.

Discovery Hall, T07 Hall of Science, American University, Washington DC, and over Zoom

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Workshop “Migrant Integration in Public Space: Normative and Methodological Issues and the Norway Case”, at the University of Oslo

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Conceptual Thinking on Migration Studies. Interview with Riva Kastoryano, Ricard Zapata-Barrero & Dirk Jacobs
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Intersectionality of concepts for the management of diversity and the perception of civil society

We talked with Riva Kastoryano, leader of the project and our principal investigators Tariq Modood, John Erik Fossum and Ricard Zapata-Barrero about the four concepts that are at the core of PLURISPACE project (multiculturalism, interculturalism, transnationalism and cospomolitanism) and how they are connected, as well as to some empirical outcomes.

The debate is available on audio and video

Round Table – Negotiating diversity in Expanded European Public Spaces
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