A thriving, exciting region where everybody feel at home, are safe and where diversity is an appreciated strength.
Proposal for strategy
Target group: municipal politicians and officials in the Helsinki region.
When: Friday, November 8, 2019
Where: Think Corner IKKUNA kl 8.30-12 and THINK LOUNGE kl 12-16, Yliopistonkatu 4, Helsinki
Moderator: Renaz Ebrahimi, journalist and activist
|09.00–09.15||Presentation of the day and Project Stig in! Astu sisään! Come in!
Robert Runeberg, Linda Ahlbäck
|09.15–09.30||My vision for Helsinki as a multicultural capital.
Minister of the Interior Maria Ohisalo
|09.30–09.45||Will Helsinki become multicultural, what does the research say?
Specialist Pasi Saukkonen, City of Helsinki, Unit for Urban Research and Statistics
|09.45–10.00||Discussion / Pause|
|10.00–10.45||If I could re-plan Stockholm
Professor at Institute for Housing and Urban Research Roger Andersson, Uppsala universitet
|10.45–11.00||Discussion / Pause|
|11.00–11.30||A multicultural capital without segregation?
Assistant Professor Venla Bernelius, Department of Earth Science and Geography /Urbaria University of Helsinki
|11.30- 12.00||Towards an antiracistic school 2040.
Ph.D. Alemanji Aminkeng Atabong researcher at the University of Helsinki
|13.00–13.30||An equal city
Associate Professor in Social Work, Mehrdad Darvishpour, Mälardalens högskola
|13.30–14.00||A city without racism and discrimination
Trainer and method developer Anja Norell, The Multicultural Centre – MKC Botkyrka.
|14.30–15.00||From suppressed subculture to national pride
Doctor of Philosophy in Architecture KTH Jan Hietala
|15.00–15.30||A city where everyone’s voice is heard
Creative Director Joachim Granit, Färgfabriken Stockholm
|15.30–16.30||Conclusions, political discussion
Pilvi Torsti, Mariana Moreira Duarte, Eva Biaudet and other politicians from Stockholm and Helsinki region.
The project is funded by AMIF: Asylum Migration and Integration Fund, Svenska Kulturfonden and Aktiafoundation in Vaasa, therefore no fee for participation.
This particular conference is also funded by Hanaholmen and Urbaria: Helsinki Institute of Urban Regional Studies.
Costs for travelling and living are payed by the participant
Registration no later than 1.11.2019.