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The diversity advantage challenge is a contest by the Council of Europe initiated in 2014 to promote a new approach to managing increasingly diverse societies. It is a contest for the best real-life stories of the successful involvement of people of different cultural (ethnic, religious, linguistic) […]

The Institute for Research into Superdiversity (IRiS) at the University of Birmingham is organising the first international interdisciplinary conference on superdiversity on 23 – 24 June 2014. The conference will feature invited lectures, academic panels, workshops and roundtables on topics at the forefront of the […]

EVENT UPDATE FOR PUBLIC RELEASE City Drive Celebrating 5 years of Capacity-building the Social Enterprise Sector Social enterprise infrastructure organisation iSE are hosting their annual week-long event ‘City Drive’ with 2018 being the 5th anniversary of Digbeth as an accredited Social Enterprise Place.  City Drive […]

The kick off meeting for the Urban Manufacturing project was a fantastic initial opportunity to meet project managers and policy representatives from the seven other partnerships.  As host city we wanted to give partners a flavour of what Birmingham has to offer in terms of […]

Birmingham based artist, Ian Richards was invited to spend three months in Birmingham’s partner city Leipzig, as part of an exchange programme to celebrate the 1000th anniversary of Leipzig’s first documented mention. The artistic exchange programme was initiated by HALLE 14 in cooperation with Leipzig partner cities Lyon (France) […]

The National Black Women’s Network (NBWN), in association with NatWest Business Banking are holding a FREE conference on Wednesday, 7 October 2015 from 09:30 to 16:30. The event will take place at: Macdonald Burlington Hotel 126 New Street B2 4JQ Birmingham Love Business, Love Growth is the over-arching […]

In the context of the strategic partnership between the University of Birmingham and Goethe University, Frankfurt, a delegation from Birmingham is participating in this year’s University and the City Conference. The main aims of the conference are to investigate interrelations between higher education institutions and […]

On Tuesday 8th April young people are invited to come to the Library of Birmingham to have their say on issues which affect them and the community they live in. Discussions will mainly focus on the impact of the European Union on young people’s life […]

Who are we? We: work in local partnership  with organisations, businesses and communities to promote Birmingham strengthen international partnerships, capitalising on the opportunities the Commonwealth offers promote trade and investment encourage engaged and cohesive communities facilitate academic outcomes regarding partnerships   Our corporate structure The […]