Mayors Panel: Re-Imagining the City: Setting an Agenda for Shared Prosperity
Does city leadership matter? As the level of government closest to the people, local governments are most directly and immediately impacted by the lives, successes and challenges of immigrants. Cities have a range of levers to deploy to create a foundation for future prosperity for all residents.
The Big Debate: Beautiful Game? Or Racist Quagmire?
Be it resolved professional football is powerless to end racism
Where you find professional football pitches across Europe and the world, there’s a good chance you’ll find racism too. But a short drive from the stadium in any football city, you’ll find streets transformed into community fields, multicultural teams, and kids learning the right way to channel competitive fervor through proactive coaches, schools, and community-led anti-racism campaigns.
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June 5, 2014 Mayor's Panel 9:00 BST (London) 10:00 CEST (Berlin, Barcelona, Brussels) The Big Debate: Beautiful Game? Or Racist Quagmire? 9:45 EDT (Toronto, New York) 14:45 BST (London) 15:45 CEST (Berlin, Barcelona, Brussels)
March 25, 2014
Join Fatima Shama, former Commissioner, New York City Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs, for a conversation about why cities around the world are taking the lead on immigrant integration and how New York’s “Blueprints” for immigrant integration success can help. Joining the conversation will be Astrid Ziebarth, Director of the Immigration and Integration Program at the German Marshall Fund in Berlin.
This Welcoming Cities and Counties webinar is co-hosted by Welcoming America.
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