International Coalition of Cities against Racism - Discussion Paper Series
The International Coalition of Cities against Racism is an initiative launched by UNESCO in order to network cities committed to counteract discrimination and exclusion.
A series of studies have been carried out to collect and analyze practices and cases. The « Discussion Paper Series » presents the results of these studies and aims at assisting municipalities in better formulating policies and stimulating the debate in this area.
Paper n°1: Un Lexique du racisme : étude sur les définitions opérationnelles relatives au racisme et aux phénomènes connexes [PDF in French, 280 KB]
Paper n°2: Study on measures taken by municipalities and recommendations for further action to challenge racism through education [PDF, 571 KB]
Paper n°3: Indicators for evaluating municipal policies aimed at fighting racism and discrimination [PDF, 934 KB]
Paper n°4: Study on measures taken by municipalities and recommendations for further action to achieve greater vigilance against racism: Commitment 1 of the Ten-Point Plan of Action [PDF, 538 KB]
Paper n°5: Study on Challenges in the Development of Local Equality Indicators – A human-rights-centered model [PDF, 417 KB]Back to top