Monthly Archive - April 2014

World Clock, Berlin.

Willkommen in Berlin

2014-04-29

If you haven’t registered yet for the 2nd international Cities of Migration Conference, please do so today as only a few seats are left.

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Wicked Failures? Cities Offer Local Solutions

2014-04-29

Dana Wagner explains how “wicked” failures in policy can be best addressed at the local level.

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US cities race to attract immigrants

2014-04-24

Global cities are in a race to attract human capital – David Lubell, Welcoming America

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Conference Café: Mayoral Voices in the Immigration Debate

2014-04-23

Mayoral voice can be a particularly powerful tool in advancing an inclusive city agenda and accelerating the path to shared prosperity. So, what are progressive city leaders doing?

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Including Migrant Votes Is Good for Democracy

2014-04-23

Political participation is still at the heart of the democratic process, says Paul Spoonley, Massey University.

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The Mathematics of Immigration

2014-04-23

Hollie McNish’s spoken word poem comments on the current immigration debate, personal experience and studies, including economist Philippe Legrain’s “Immigrants: Your Country Needs Them.”

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