Intercultural Cities Charts
The Intercultural City Index is based on a questionnaire involving 66 questions grouped in 14 indicators with three distinct types of data. Indicators have been weighed for relative importance. For each indicator, the participating cities can reach up to 100 points (which are consolidated for the general ICC Index).
These indicators comprise: intercultural commitment; education system; neighbourhoods; public services; business and labour market; cultural and civil life policies; public spaces; mediation and conflict resolution; language; media; international outlook; intelligence/competence; welcoming of new arrivals and governance. Some of these indicators - education system; neighbourhoods; public services; business and labour market; cultural and civil life policies; public spaces are grouped in a composite indicator called "urban policies through the intercultural lens" or simply "intercultural lens".
Commitment Intercultural Lens Mediation and conflict resolution Language
Relations with the local media An open and International outlook Intelligence/Competence
Welcoming new arrivals Governance Intercultural Lens: Sub-Indices Education system Neighbourhood Public service Business and labour market
Cultural and civil life Public space