Mutual Accommodation
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The Fine Line of Mutual Accommodation

Led by Heather Nicol

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Mutual accommodation is a fine line. Sometimes efforts to accommodate turn into efforts to define how communities should adapt and integrate. Efforts towards accommodation work well when communities engage in discussion and common understanding. How can these kinds of discussion be stimulated. How should consultation proceed and what does ‘integration’ mean?

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Vérité et réconciliation : une évolution réelle, cette fois-ci?
Added: August 31, 2016 • Author: William A. Macdonald • 0 DR
Pluralism Policies That Work: A call for more radical thinking
Added: February 22, 2017 • Author: KAMAL AL-SOLAYLEE, MATHIEU LEFEVRE, LUIS LARRAIN, RATNA OMIDVAR, RICHARD VAN DER LAKEN, BESSMA MOMANI, PETE SWEETNAM, MADELEINE REDFERN, NAHEED NENSHI • 0 DR
From Europe to Canada, how to promote a truly welcoming culture for migrants
Added: February 22, 2017 • Author: Jeremy Kinsman • 0 DR
Security Warning: Multiculturalism Alert!
Added: February 22, 2017 • Author: Rita Dhamoon • 0 DR
Canada’s 150th year could be as pivotal as 1867 and 1967
Published: March 17, 2017 • theglobeandmail.com • 0 DR
Is Canada's Multicultural Identity Only Skin-Deep?
Published: March 23, 2017 • huffingtonpost.ca • 0 DR
The Canada experiment: is this the world's first 'postnational' country?
Added: April 13, 2017 • Author: Charles Foran • 0 DR
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