Monthly Archive - June 2016

Philanthropy and Migration

2016-06-08

The transfer of ideas that comes with the global movement of goods and migration of people is important for philanthropists to recognize, argue Michael Alberg-Seberich and Diya Khanna: “Now is the time to learn to thrive in this new context.”

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How Inclusive Societies and Migrant Integration Look from Baku

2016-06-07

Jenny Phillimore, University of Birmingham, shares perspectives on llving together in inclusive societies from the 7th UNAOC Global Forum in Baku, Azerbaijan

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Does Diversity Drive Prosperity? 2016 GDX Annual Lecture

2016-06-07

Global citizen and 2016 GDX Lecturer, Dr. Khalid Koser, GCERF, casts a new lens on the question: Does diversity drive prosperity?

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Five Steps to Successful Integration

2016-06-07

We want to help to objectify the discourse about refugees, which is often marked by insecurity, to find practical solutions and to develop enduring approaches – Aart De Geus, Executive Board, Bertelsmann Stiftung

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Arrival Cities Action Planning Network

2016-06-07

Deputy Mayor of Amadora, Cristina Farinha, talks about how the Arrival Cities Action Planning Network is tackling one of Europe’s most urgent issues: how to counter the negative media stereotyping of migrants and migration

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In Atlanta, an Export Agenda for Immigrant Inclusion

2016-06-07

Dana Wagner at Welcoming Interactive 2016: As cities around the world get more diverse, city builders are asking: How inclusive are we? And, how do we get better?

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Upwardly Global: Refugees and Germany

2016-06-07

Germany has taken a commendable “book it, then work it” approach–welcoming refugees while working to figure out a long-term solution -Nikki Cicerani, Upwardly Global

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