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Cities of Migration

Friday, February 27, 2009

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In this issue:
Webinar: Routes to Belonging
The Integration Learning Exchange
Cities of Migration Update

Webinar: Routes to Belonging

March 24, 2009.
Routes to Belonging: The Role of Cities in the Civic and Political Integration of Newcomers.

Panelists:
Howard Duncan, Executive Head, International Metropolis Project (Canada)
Cormac O’Donnel, Dublin City Council (Ireland)
Kica Matos, City of New Haven, Connecticut (USA)

When: March 24, 2009. See website for details.
Where: From your desktop
Register: citiesofmigration@maytree.com

The first of our online seminars looks at successful municipal strategies for immigrant integration from Dublin and New Haven.

Each of these cities is featured in our Good Ideas in Integration collection for their groundbreaking work:  Dublin for its recent immigrant voting campaign, and New Haven for its brave "Elm City ID" card for non-citizens, the first of its kind in the USA.

For further information on this month’s event, please visit the Integration Learning Exchange.  Stay informed. Register now for Integration News and updates

 

The Integration Learning Exchange

With our first webinar on March 24, Cities of Migration launches its Integration Learning Exchange, an online forum for presenting good ideas and new thinking on urban integration practice in global cities. Post-event, join guest contributors, participants and the broader community in Conversations in Integration to share ideas and keep the conversation going. Look for updates in March!

 

Cities of Migration Update

Next month, Cities of Migration will launch the website in German and French, with more Good Ideas in Integration under the themes of Work, Live, Learn, Connect and Plan. Take a look at banking services at Lloyds TSB in London, intergenerational language learning in Frankfurt, Boston’s Backstreet entrepreneurs and mosques in Duisberg. … and more.

Since its December 2008 beta release, the Cities of Migration site has reached over 5,000 international influencers in government, media, academia and the private and non-profit sectors and has registered users from over 50 cities and received visitors from over 80 countries.

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Hockey Night In Canada – In Punjabi!

Hockey Night in Canada in Punjabi

Calgary, Canada
Multilingual sports commentary brings hockey fans together


Many Canadians view the sport of ice hockey as more than just a national pastime. They see it as an essential aspect of the country’s identity and cultural fabric. On Saturday, May 24, 2008, the National Hockey League Stanley Cup finals were broadcast in both Canada’s official languages of English and French – and for the first time ever, in Punjabi! … more

 

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