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Immigration and Identity

The Canadian experience has been based for centuries on the development of precisely such a conscious and intentional immigration policy. This has always involved both government and citizen support for the newcomers.

John Ralston Saul
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Deputy Mayor Rabin Baldewsingh on how 6 Degrees and the ICC have impacted how he governs

Interview with The Hague’s Deputy Mayor, Rabin Baldewsingh, on how 6 Degrees and the ICC have changed his city

Alain Pescador
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@jeremyscahill @ggreenwald: What If All Victims of War Received the Media Attn of Manchester Victims? ow.ly/XcCR30c6AeB @democracynow

May 29, 08:45am @6DegreesTO
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Sense Of Place With Minelle Mahtani: Alain Pescador and Janet Webber

Minelle Mahtani, Roundhouse Radio
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6 Degrees Den Haag recap + photo gallery

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RT @LGLizDowdeswell: Visit us this weekend at #DOT17 ! Pick up a copy of #150Stories & learn more about the suite & your Lieutenant Governo…

May 27, 09:06am @6DegreesTO
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The Canada experiment: is this the world's first 'postnational' country?

Charles Foran
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Ontario: Heart, Soul, or Brand?

Charlie Foran, The Institute for Canadian Citizenship's CEO, sits down with The Agenda's Steve Paikin to explore "the elusive idea of Ontario identity" alongside Gail Lord, Menon Dwarka and Marc Mayer.

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150 Stories | Récits: Adrienne Clarkson

For me, Ontario is Georgian Bay. This is the place that has the oldest exposed rocks in the world — 1.8 billion years old. They are the roots of what was once a mountain range as high as the Himalayas, stretching down the length of North America. When you lie on them, to look at the Perseid showers of stars in the middle of August, or are startled by the play of the Northern Lights, you realize that you are in a timeless and ageless world.

Adrienne Clarkson
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Aga Khan wins Global Citizenship prize at 6 Degrees

The Aga Khan — spiritual leader of Ismaili Muslims worldwide — was presented with the first annual Adrienne Clarkson Prize for Global Citizenship

Megan Doloski, Toronto Star
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“Design is always political”: An interview with Richard van der Laken

Graphic designer and What Design Can Do founder Richard van der Laken in conversation with Anna Winston, Dezeen.com.

Dezeen
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Video: 6 Degrees Citizen Space 2016 recap

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6 Degrees challenges our unsettled age. It is about what we can do to counter rising nativism and exclusion, and how we can go about doing it. 6 Degrees is about connection, conversation, artistic representation, online engagement, and the power that comes from bringing people together. It is also about language: how better language can make for better thinking; how we can reframe issues to open hearts and change minds.

6 DEGREES
CITIZEN SPACE 2017

September 25-27, 2017
Art Gallery of Ontario, Koerner Hall, University of Toronto
Toronto, Canada
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September 25-27, 2017
Art Gallery of Ontario, Koerner Hall, University of Toronto
Toronto, Canada
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Den Haag, NL
April 3, 2017

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Peace Palace
Den Haag, NL
April 3, 2017

Vancouver

ARE YOU HOME?

SFU Goldcorp Centre for the Arts
Vancouver, Canada
April 24, 2017

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SFU Goldcorp Centre for the Arts
Vancouver, Canada
April 24, 2017

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