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Featured StoryWhere Local Meets Global: Welcome to the Global Diversity and Migration Exchange @Ryerson University

Cities of Migration has a new home. The Global Diversity and Migration Exchange is a new "think and do" tank at Ryerson University set to advance the integration and inclusion of immigrants and minorities by connecting local issues to a global agenda for change.More.

Featured StoryGerman Order of Merit for a Canadian Immigrant, Refugee and Global Leader

Ratna Omidvar, Executive Director of the Global Diversity and Migration Exchange at Ryerson University receives the Cross of the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany.More.

Featured StoryFrom Canada to Sweden: Ideas in Integration

Maroun Aoun, CEO of IFS or the Swedish Association of Ethnic Entrepreneurs, selects three good ideas for integration and entrepreneur development to take home to Stockholm after visiting Toronto. Guiding him in his quest is IFS' organizational motto: “Equal opportunity increases growth.”More.

L’échange de connaissances sur l’intégration

Webinar Generation to Generation: Empowering Newcomer Youth and Families

Learn about award-winning programs from Wellington, New Zealand and Toronto, Canada that improve language and digital literacy for immigrant families and youth by removing barriers to technology, promoting inter-generational tutoring, and strengthening community relations through education.Read More.

Conference Videos Mayors Panel and the Big Debate

Watch videos from the Mayors Panel on Re-imagining the City and the Big Debate: Beautiful Game? Or Racist Quagmire? (2014 Cities of Migration Conference, Berlin).Read More.

New Webinar Video From the Boardroom to the Decision Table: Training Diverse Leadership

Learn about what it takes to change the faces of civic and political leadership and connect public institutions to the talent they need for competitive growth.Read More.

2014 Conference2014 Cities of Migration Conference, Berlin (Germany), June 4 - 6, 2014

Leadership municipal

Maires : sur l'immigration

  • Jussi Pajunen

    “Immigrants are a positive force in Finnish society.”

    Jussi Pajunen Mayor of Helsinki

  • Raquel Castaneda

    “Immigrants tend to open more small businesses, which leads to more jobs.”

    Raquel Castañeda-López Council member from Detroit

  • Olaf Scholz

    “Naturalization is much more than an administrative act. It is the declared belief in our state and our society.”

    Olaf Scholz First Mayor, Hamburg

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    “I want our city to be the first destination for immigrants because they are going to create the jobs, create the new companies, the businesses of the future. We have to be the most welcoming cities we can be.”

    Rahm Emanuel Mayor, Chicago, US

  • “Bilbao is an open city. At the City Council we encourage values of coexistence, dialogue and management of cultural diversity. In Bilbao, all persons, whether from Bilbao or outside, have the same opportunities and access to services offered by the city.”

    Iñaki Azkuna Mayor, Bilbao, Spain

  • Boise was built by immigrants. Our city has long been a place where people came from around the world to find economic opportunity and build a better life.

    David H. Bieter Mayor, Boise, US

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    “…we know immigrants are behind more than three of every four patents from leading universities, the federal laws that send so many of them back to their home countries look even more patently wrong.”

    Mayor Michael Bloomberg New York, US

Maires : sur l'immigration

 

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