Urban Development & Creative Communities As A Prerequisite For Tolerance And Intercultutal Dialogue
It is obviously that all over the world, mostly after 2000, a new approach for urban development and for regional development emerges. We choose Romania taking into account also the idea that it has old tradition in cooperation mostly within the areas near the borders where diversity and multicultural environment can allow more space for diversity management and for tolerance. One of the main challenges for the creative communities and for the creative industry sector and for those who engage within is how to encourage longer-term growth of these small lifestyle businesses. It seems that there is quite difficult to identifying creative workers due to their diversity (understood in a complex sense, in terms of cultural diversity that is more relevant for creative communities than ethnic, religion or other way to look traditionally for diversity).
Volume (Year): 1 (2010)
Issue (Month): 1 (July)
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