Monthly Archive - February 2011

Winnipeg: Small but Mighty

2011-02-08

Big cities tend to attract large numbers of immigrants and a range of professional and skilled workers to choose from, but what about the small cities?

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Inclusion Means All of Us: Ratna Omidvar

2011-02-03

Inclusion is not the same as integration, though the two concepts are inextricably linked. Whilst integration asks a great deal of the migrant, inclusion asks the host society to change and shift. It is inclusion that has the power to turn “me and you” into “us and we”. Maytree President, Ratna Omidvar

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Re-thinking Equalities: In Birmingham with Joy Warmington

2011-02-03

Joy Warmington, CEO, brap, explains how inclusive approaches to equalities benefit everyone, irrespective of their ‘race’ or socio-economic status.

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London: Migrants for London, London for Migrants

2011-02-03

A new video on immigration highlights the contradictions in a city where migrants are essential to fill the hundreds of thousands of jobs that keep the city functioning yet often face restrictions that place them in a state of extreme vulnerability.

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The New Haven Promise: Mayor DeStefano Strikes Again

2011-02-02

The New Haven Promise encourages high school students to further their education by paying for their tuition at state universities and colleges through a unique partnership with Yale University.

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Hamburg-Mitte: Muslims in EU Cities

2011-02-01

A report on the the political, social and economic participation of Muslim communities in Hamburg. From the Muslims in EU Cities series (open Society).

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