Over the past month, we’ve brought the caravan to over 20 communities across Ontario. We’ve connected with more than 1000 migrant agricultural workers from Mexico, the Caribbean, Thailand, the Philippines, Indonesia, Guatemala and Peru. 351 more words
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Helen Boaden, Director of BBC Radio, resigned from her position at 9am this morning. Here, in an exclusive extract of the speech she will deliver Friday afternoon at the Prix Italia festival in Lampedusa, she reflects on a career in broadcasting, and makes the case for ‘slow news’ 3,964 more words
Guidelines for cities on the role of culture in the integration of refugees, migrants and asylum seekers
Eurocities has just published new guidelines, prepared by their working group on access to culture, which highlight the possibilities offered by cultural policies for the integration of newcomers and all residents of a migrant background, irrespective of their formal status.
Draft Paper: Troubling Trends in Canada's Immigration System Via the Excluded Family Member Regulation: A Survey of Jurisprudence and Lawyers
Co-Authored with Prasanna Balasundaram and Jennifer Stone, here is a new paper on a problematic regulation that prevents family reunification in Canada.
When a law purports to combat a problem, many of us take for granted that it is doing it effectively, and that it in turn is not harming people. 254 more words