Cultural Diversity, Intercultural Openness and Experiences of Discrimination in Berlin. Expertise for the Representative of the Berlin Senate for Integration and Migration.
Expertise | Juni 2014
(Only available in German)
How do different sections of the Berlin public view integration in public schools, the civil service and other areas of public life? The study was published by the Representative of the Berlin Senate for Integration and Migration. It is based on data from SVR’s 2014 Integration Barometer, which surveyed the immigrant and native populations about the same issues.
The analysis shows that people in Berlin are more sensitive to diversity and diversity-related conflicts than those in other parts of Germany. They are sceptical about some issues relating to integration, but also demand that greater efforts are made by policy makers with regard to integration policies and anti-discrimination activities.