Essen: Transatlantic Trends in Immigration

May 25th, 2011

Last month, Cities of Migration was in Essen, Germany, to attend the annual meeting of the DMIIG, the Diversity, Migration and Integration working group of the European Foundation Centre.  Before the group got down to business, a number of new reports were presented, offering candid analysis on the state of immigrant integration in Europe, Canada and the United States:

More Stories - From May 2011

Christchurch: Post-Earthquake Report

The events of February 22, 2011 had a profound effect on immigrants within the city of Christchurch reports Justin Treagus, Executive Director...

Maximum Cities

This month, we are excited to put...

Copenhagen: How Do We Retain Skilled Immigrants?

It’s the question asked in cities around the world. It may be one thing to attract skilled immigrants, but how can cities ensure they stay...

Welcome Back Initiative, 2011 winner of the E Pluribus Unum Award!

Cities of Migration congratulates the Welcome Back Initiative, 2011 winner of the E...

Unscrambling Immigration: Saskia Sassen

Opinion by Saskia Sassen, the Robert S....

In Conversation with Suketu Mehta: The City Speaks

The city has become an obsession for Suketu Mehta, who won international...

Copenhagen: How do we Retain Skilled Immigrants?

It’s the question asked in cities around...

Webinar Highlights: Community Policing: Finding Common Ground with Immigrant Communities

In the recent Learning Exchange webinar, we invited Constable...
Looking for Past Issues?

More »Upcoming Webinars

    • No events.


Maytree