Development Partnership Berlin DiverCity

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The EQUAL Development Partnership (DP) "Berlin DiverCity" (2005-2007)was a regional cooperation network which pursued the goal of contributing to mastering structural and demographic change in Berlin as well as the consequences of globalisation, of implementing anti-discrimination legislation in organisations and of strengthening civil commitment in the city. It consisted of four main partners: FrauenComputerZentrumBerlin e.V. (FCZB) (coordination), Deutsche Telekom, LIFE e.V., Eine Welt der Vielfalt e.V.. These partners entered into further cooperation with companies, institutions, local and regional authorities, associations and networks in Berlin in their subprojects in order to reach a variety of different target groups and to ensure sustainable structural effects in Berlin. Coordinated by FCZB, the network partnership followed an integrative approach.

"Berlin DiverCity" was part of the transnational cooperation network "Pro(e)quality" in which EQUAL DPs from Austria, Slovakia, Portugal and Poland and Germany worked together on innovative approaches for structural change regards the implementation of gender and diversity in the public and private sector of society. Both DPs ended in 2007.

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