Monthly Archive - January 2018

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


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.

[Read More]

Living Diversity – Shaping Society: Reinhard Mohn Prize


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.

[Read More]

How is your city responding to irregular migrants?


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.

[Read More]

Cities are “laboratories” of communal life


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

[Read More]

Words Matter


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

[Read More]
Looking for Past Issues?

Plus »Les prochains événements

    • Pas d'événement.