Monthly Archive - January 2018

Why More is Better: Doug Saunders on ‘Maximum Canada’

2018-01-31

Saunders argues that low density in Canadian cities reduces quality of life, especially for poorer and immigrant residents. Solving the problem requires more people, not less.

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Living Diversity – Shaping Society: Reinhard Mohn Prize

2018-01-30

This year’s Reinhard Mohn Prize goes to former German President Joachim Gauck. The Bertelsmann Stiftung recognizes Gauck as a bridge builder in a culturally diverse society.

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How is your city responding to irregular migrants?

2018-01-29

C-MISE is a knowledge-exchange project at the Centre on Migration, Policy and Society (COMPAS) that explores how cities in Europe are responding to the challenges presented by irregular migrants in an inclusive way.

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Cities are “laboratories” of communal life

2018-01-23

Johannes von Dohnanyi, Bertelsmann Stiftung: Whether in moral or political, economic, artistic or culinary terms: Diversity means the opportunity to broaden your horizons

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Words Matter

2018-01-23

“English Only” rhetoric may have political value, says Westy Egmont, Boston College, but it is contrary to both values and legal obligation.

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