Monthly Archive - September 2015

“Say it loud, say it clear: refugees are welcome here”

2015-09-29

World Bank’s Ellen Goldstein, Country Director for the Western Balkans, on the refugee crisis and the EU.

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Superdiversity and Demographic Disruption

2015-09-23

Mai Chen, one of New Zealand’s top constitutional and administrative law experts asks some key questions on the implications of super diversity for New Zealand and its capital city, Auckland.

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Projects End But the Migration-Integration Battle Goes On

2015-09-16

If Europe is to retain its current output of goods and services, it will need to welcome in a further 56 million migrants by 2050.

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Pan Am Games: Toronto’s Cultural Diversity on Display

2015-09-16

It might be said that having the Pan Am and the Parapan Am Games in Toronto, the world’s third largest multi-sport event, is very fitting because it reflects the rich and diverse tapestry of the city. Heralded as one the most multicultural cities in the world, half of Toronto’s population was born outside Canada, reflecting Toronto’s motto: Diversity: Our Strength.

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Are You up to the Lifeline Syria Challenge?

2015-09-16

Lifeline Syria will recruit, train and assist sponsor groups to welcome and support 1,000 Syrian refugees coming to Canada as permanent residents to resettle in the Greater Toronto Area over the next two years.

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On Global Cities

2015-09-16

To understand the 21st century, we must understand global cities, who lives in them and how they nurture their own citizens, says Richard C. Longworth, author of On Global Cities.

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