Cities play a central role in immigrant integration and inclusion. For a growing number of cities this also means taking a principled and pragmatic stand against populist movements and negative national narratives on migration. In this workshop, stakeholders in the field of immigration and settlement will explore strategies and tools designed to help build open, welcoming communities. By investigating the ‘inclusion factors’ across the urban landscape, workshop participants will gain understanding of the complex and interconnected conditions that can enhance, or inhibit, immigrant success. Experts and city leaders from Canada and the United States will share insights and experiences about best practices for inclusive city building.
Inclusive City Building Workshop: Thursday, March 16th, 2017 11:15-12:45pm
February 28, 2017
When trying to build a more inclusive and diverse office or organizational culture, the old adage holds true: what gets measured, gets done. So, how can we measure and track diversity to drive change in the workplace? DiversityLeads is a multi-year, cross-sectoral analysis of the representation of women and visible minorities on boards and senior leadership of major public and private sector employers in Toronto and Montreal that has produced practical findings and creative tools to enable organizations to operate effectively and implement sustained change.
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