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Helsinki 2010
15 June

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Cohesion and Diversity in the European City
International Conference

Finnish Society for Urban Studies, Finnish Historical Society, City of Helsinki Urban Facts 

One  day conference organised in co-operation with the International Commission for the History of Towns,
an affiliated organisation of the International Committee of Historical Sciences (ICHS)/
Comité International des Sciences Historiques (CISH)


TUESDAY, June 15

9.00 – 9.30 Registration and Coffee

9.30 Welcome:
- Professor Marjatta Hietala  (University of Tampere)
- Director Asta Manninen (City of Helsinki Urban Facts)

1. Session
9.45-12.00:
Chair: Dr. Marjaana Niemi (University of Tampere)
- Professor emerita Anngret Simms (University College, Dublin), Colonialism and Multiculturalism in Irish Cities
- Director Asta Manninen (City of Helsinki Urban Facts),  Multicultural Helsinki: Present and Future
- Senior Researcher Martti Helminen (City of Helsinki Urban Facts), International Helsinki in the Historic Town Atlas

12-13.30 Lunch (Restaurant Bank, Unioninkatu 20)

2. Session
13.30–15.30
Panel discussion:
Chair: Marjatta Hietala: Challenges and Opportunities of Multiculturalism in Cities 
- Professor Peter Clark (University of Helsinki),  Civil Society and Migrants
- Professor Derek Keene (Centre for Metropolitan History, University of London), London and the Reception of Immigrants, A.D. 400-2010'
- Dr. Anja Kervanto-Nevanlinna  (University of Helsinki) Multiculturality in Urban Context: Helsinki and Nairobi.

15.30-16.00 Coffee

3. Session 
16.00-17.00
Chair: Martti Helminen
- Professor Ferdinand Opll (Direktor des Wiener Stadt- und Landesarchivs), Urban Culture – Cultural City: A Case-study with Regard to Vienna;

Discussion

17.00.–18.30  Reception – City of Helsinki, Empire Hall


WEDNESDAY, June 16
8.30  – 14.00
Excursion to Tervik Manor house (from 1736),   Pernaja, Lovisa 

12.00 – 13.00 Lunch in Porvoo,  Medieval City

14.00 – 16.15 Business meeting (International Commission for the History of Towns)
Finnish Academy for Sciences and Letters. Adress: Mariankatu 5, Helsinki

Contact: marjatta.hietala@uta.fi