Intercultural checklist to assess projects based on the principle of real equality

This intercultural checklist aims to help coordinators in member cities of the Intercultural Cities network and their colleagues to, in a user-friendly and quick way, assess whether a city’s proposed project, policy or action is intercultural. It can be used to review a city’s own project, or a project proposal received from a partner. 

Measuring the intercultural nature of an activity or project means understanding to what extent it:
  1. positively addresses diversity;
  2. promotes real equality; and
  3. fosters positive intercultural interaction.

The intercultural checklist is intended to be indicative and thought provoking, and there are naturally several additional factors which apply to each project. We would also highlight, not all indicators may apply to all projects or to different extents. In support of this intercultural checklist, please take a look at the accompanying guide with insights into the three core principles.

This intercultural checklist addresses the principle of real equality. The intercultural checklists for the principles of valuing diversity and positive intercultural interaction are for fast access addressed in separate tools.

This intercultural checklist contains a brief description of what is meant by real equality in the context of intercultural integration; five indicators to help you measure how much you are using them; and a checklist of ten questions to assess your own city’s project or a project from a partner.

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