Urban expansion, development of creative industries, higher education, social integration... How can Europe and China learn from each other in these areas? And what impact do the media have on related policy processes? These issues were explored during the third Europe-China Media Exchange in Nanjing, 20-27 October 2013. This project is funded by the Robert Bosch Stiftung.
Over the course of the coming months, ISD’s Engaging Turkey Initiative will be producing a number of briefing papers and holding a series of consultations with government figures from the three constituencies. It will also host the second meeting of the Task Force, in Berlin in December. The Engaging Turkey Initiative is run in partnership with the Brookings Institution, and with the generous support of the Carnegie Corporation of New York.
ISD is partnering with the Centre on Migration, Policy and Society (COMPAS) at the University of Oxford to host the monthly COMPAS Breakfast Briefing Series. The series will included briefings on the rights involved in labour immigration policies, and the impact of international migration on the local level.
ISD has launched a new research report presenting the findings from ISD’s project ‘Integration: What Works?,’ funded by Open Society Foundations. The report is based on 18 months of research and dialogue with policymakers, trusts and foundations, and civil society organisations in four case study countries – Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden and the UK. It offers practical insights into what is being done on the ground, a series of detailed case studies, and a fresh approach to programming and evaluation of integration.
University of Oxford, 10 to 13 February 2014
Berlin, Germany, 6 to 7 December 2013
London, ISD, 6 December 2013
London, ISD, 2 December 2013
Toronto, Canada, 28 to 29 November 2013
Curtin University, Australia, 21 November 2013
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