Canada, alongside the United States, Europe, Australia and New Zealand, is competing in the race for global talent. How can we evaluate what our governments are doing to promote immigrant integration, both at home and internationally? Enter the Migrant Integration Policy Index (MIPEX): 38 countries, 144 policy indicators, 8 years of research, and your very own scorecard. MIPEX 2015 informs and engages key policy actors, experts and practitioners about how and where immigration and integration policies at the national level come together to accelerate the path to inclusion or where they fail to meet that bar for success.
Which country comes to the top? Which country is falling behind? Canada performs well with some of the strongest policies in place, but will it remain a leader as more countries compete to attract and retain immigrants? What is the impact of Canada's changing policies around citizenship?
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June 16, 2015
When (by time zone)
10:00 EDT in Toronto, New York
15:00 BST in London
16:00 CEST in Brussels, Berlin, Barcelona
17:00 EEST in Bulgaria
May 22, 2015
How do we create a welcoming economy? How are smart cities making the business case for the economic opportunities that immigrants bring to the community at large, while fostering new opportunities for innovation and wealth creation?
Join Steve Tobocman, Executive Director of Global Detroit, for an online conversation for how we can revitalize regional economies through immigrant attraction and retention, employment, entrepreneurship, workforce development, and internationalization of cities, workplaces and institutions. Interview hosted by Sarah Wayland, Project Lead of Global Hamilton.
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