Good Ideas in the News: November 2012

November 30th, 2012

Five principles of integration: policies and inclusion. A COMPAS blogpost describes integration as “a dynamic, multi-actor process of mutual engagement that facilitates effective participation by all members of a diverse society in the economic, political, social and cultural life, and fosters a shared and inclusive sense of belonging at national and local levels.” More

Our Day: Standing together for International Migrants Day. Migrants Rights Network’s campaign for organizations and individuals to show a united front in support of migrants in the UK for International Migrants Day. More

Belgium: A Country of Permanent Immigration. Migration Policy Institute profiles Belgium’s last three decades of immigration and settlement. More

Journeys of Belonging. An original multimedia project that takes an in-depth look at the personal narratives of women and men of diverse age, faith and cultural backgrounds. It has been jointly developed by the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations, the British Council, the University of Missouri School of Journalism and the Reynolds Institute. More

Cities of Tomorrow, Action Today. URBACT’s Annual Conference 2012 in Copenhagen, Denmark, December 3-4, 2012, presents URBACT project results and lessons, and invites cities to weigh in on key issues. More

EUKN Annual Conference 2012, Essen, Germany, December 7. The 5th annual conference of the European Urban Knowledge Network (EUKN), looks at the topic of shrinking populations in EU cities. More

The Costs and Benefits of the London living wage. A new research report by Queen Mary University of London and Trust for London. More

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