Posts Tagged ‘report’

Migrant Integration: Inventing Multicultural Citizenship at City Level

Migration in Europe today presents a complex picture.The previous trends of predominantly Mediterranean migration to the industrial north, and post-colonial migration from third countries have been replaced by more diverse patterns, with many cities now playing host to a mix of migrants from different ethnic groups, including new immigrants, for example from Latin America, people […]

By Sally Kneeshaw, on October 15th, 2013 at 16:01

World Bank: “Safer Homes, Stronger Communities”.

Catalysed by events in Haiti and coinciding with new earthquake and tsunami incidence in Chile and the Pacific, the World Bank has just launched a new publication “Safer Homes, Stronger Communities – a Handbook for Reconstructing after Natural Disasters“. This is an interesting composite of structured guidelines, tapping into experience of agencies and stakeholders stretching […]

By URBACT, on March 22nd, 2010 at 18:54

Labour mobility between regions : do the United States do better than Europe ?

It is true : American workers move more often to another region than their European counterparts. Is it part of their culture or a consequence of incentive policies or legislations? In Europe, what brings working populations in moving ? Why is a particular region more attractive than another? If you’re interested in better understanding labour […]

By URBACT, on May 26th, 2009 at 14:48