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6 Degrees Toronto (September 23-25, 2019)

Three ways to inspire more global activism | Caro Loutfi, Aude Favre, Nanjala Nyabola, OpenCanada.org

Five questions with…. retired Lt.-Gen Roméo Dallaire | Eva Salinas, OpenCanada.org

El general canadiense Roméo Dallaire, premio a la Ciudadanía Global (Canadian General Roméo Dallaire, Global Citizenship Award) | EFE News Agency,  Eldiario.es

Cantante Pambo dice que “la mejor forma de hacer activismo es con el ejemplo” (Singer Pambo says that “the best way to do activism is by example”) | EFE News Agency

Romeo Dallaire receives humanity award | Florent Magnifique Hirwa, the New Times

Visible Minorities Keen to Engage Online Despite Untruths | Ranjit Bhaskar, New Canadian Media

‘It’s an international emergency and I think we have to recognize it’: Adam Gopnik on modern threats to democracy | Matt Galloway, Metro Morning 

Adam Gopnik on the fate of liberal democracy in the Trump era | Michael Enright, The Sunday Edition 

S’intéresser à la lutte aux fausses nouvelles de l’autre côté de l’océan | Radio Canada

We examine the legacy of former French president Jacques Chirac, who has died aged 86. Plus: ‘New Yorker’ writer Adam Gopnik on attempts to impeach Donald Trump, Israel’s election and Monocle’s ‘The Entrepreneurs’. | Monocle

6 Degrees Calgary (March 14, 2019)

CJSW 90.9FM limited run podcast series: cjsw.com/6degreescalgary

Opinion: Canadians agree — Arts and culture fosters inclusion and belonging | Calgary Herald

6 Degrees Berlin (November 12, 2018)

We need ‘a new coalition of decency’ against populism | Elizabeth Grenier, Deutsche Welle

„Wir dürfen den Populisten nicht das Feld überlassen“ (“We must not leave the field to the populists) | Julius Stucke, Deutschlandfunk Kultur

6 Degrees Toronto 2018 (September 24–26)

Margaret Atwood honoured with Adrienne Clarkson Prize for Global Citizenship | Brad Wheeler, the Globe and Mail

Tyranny comes and goes, but Margaret Atwood and Adrienne Clarkson’s friendship is for the ages | Vinay Menon, Toronto Star

‘We have to have some people give up power’: A conversation about race, privilege and making space | CBC Unreserved

Costume Designer for The Handmaid’s Tale | CBC Metro Morning

Ijeoma Oluo continues talking about race outside the United States | Kelly Boutsalis, NOW magazine

The Borders of Liberal Democracy | The Agenda with Steve Paikin, TVO

An Anti-Nationalist MayorThe Agenda with Steve Paikin, TVO

Divided We Stand | The Agenda with Steve Paikin, TVO

Patricia Cano, la canadiense-peruana que triunfa cantando en cinco idiomas
(Patricia Cano, the Peruvian-Canadian that triumphs singing in 5 languages) | Julio Rivas, EFE news agency

Foro 6 Grados quiere crear un movimiento global de sociedades inclusivas
(6 Degrees wants to create a global movement of inclusive societies) | Julio Rivas, EFE news agency

Three ways to rethink the concept of citizenship | john powell, Renata Ávila, and Jai Sahak, OpenCanada.org

6 Degrees Calgary: Towards Resilience (April 10, 2018)

Six Degrees Calgary wants your radical ideas about inclusion and diversity  | Stephen Hunt, CBC

Calgary forum focuses on inclusion  | Audrey Whelan, 660 News

6 Degrees Citizen Space 2017 (September 2527)

The Globe and Mail essay series:

Making a home on native land: The welcoming way to be Canadian | Adrienne Clarkson

Indigenous nationhood can save the world. Here’s how | Niigaan Sinclair

The bridges Canada must build, right here at home | John Ralston Saul

I stopped talking to white people about race. Here’s what I learned | Reni Eddo-Lodge

Rethinking the walls that divide us | Charlie Foran

Rebuilding home as an ethical space | Emilie Nicolas

All of Us: What We Mean When We Talk about Inclusion (report):

On the Front Lines of Diversity and Inclusion: Canadian Employers | RBC

Promoting diversity and inclusion, and how to tell the difference | Neil McLaughlin, The Globe and Mail

Are Workplaces in Halton and Beyond Doing Enough for Diversity and Inclusion? | Christine Sharma, inhalton.com

Canadian employers step forward on diversity, fall short on inclusion: RBC report | Businessinsider.com

Les employeurs canadiens savent que la diversité et l’inclusion sont rentables, mais ils n’en tirent pas profit | Radio Canada International

15th LaFontaine-Baldwin Lecture, with Michael Sandel:

Why democracy depends on how we talk to each other | CBC Ideas

Toronto a ‘shining example’ of pluralism and diversity, says 6 Degrees Citizen Space speaker | Morgan Bocknek, The Globe and Mail

The Failure of Liberal Politics | TVO, The Agenda with Steve Paikin (interview with Michael Sandel)

People are hungry for public discourse on equality, says Harvard philosopher Michael Sandel | CBC, The Current

Adrienne Clarkson Prize for Global Citizenship, presented to Ai Weiwei:

Six things we learned from Ai Weiwei’s rare appearance in Toronto | Blair Mlotek, Torontolife.com

Ai Weiwei on refugees, empathy and the ‘miracle’ of the internet | Jessica Wong, CBC

Ai Weiwei praises Canada for having a ‘very open attitude’ towards refugees | Cassandra Szklarski, CTV News

L’artiste chinois Ai Weiwei loue le role du Canada dans l’accueil des réfugiés | Radio Canada

‘Human crisis’: Ai Weiwei’s documentary showcases plight of refugees | CBC, The Current

Ai Weiwei visits Toronto for the first time | CBC Radio, Metro Morning

Chinese artist Ai Weiwei visits Canada to accept award | CBC TV, The National

Ai Weiwei, an artist in exile, turns to the refugee crisis | Brian D. Johnson, Macleans.ca

Ai Weiwei on the need for humanity in the world’s refugee crisis | The National Post

Artist Ai Weiwei to receive Adrienne Clarkson Prize for Global Citizenship | Miriam Katawazi, The Globe and Mail

Ai Weiwei on global resistance and the transformative power of art | CBC Radio, Writers and Company

Ai Weiwei, in Toronto: Freedom of speech is the foundation of creativity | Lattin Magazine

A delicate balance | Kate Taylor, The Globe and Mail

Face aux réfugiés, Ai Weiwei invoque l’humanité | Cassandra Szklarski, Métro (La Presse canadienne)

Ai Weiwei is coming | Art Matters Blog

Artist Ai Weiwei to receive Adrienne Clarkson Prize for Global Citizenship | New Perspective (print only)

More coverage:

Lauren Heuser: Canada owes highly educated immigrants a level playing field | National Post

31 Trips to Jump-Start Your New Year’s Resolutions | enRoute

Walls that need to go: Ideas for a more inclusive world, by Abdul-Rehman Malik, Josephine Goube, Sara Alavian, Ramzi Jaber, Robin Jones and Conor McGlynn | OpenCanada.org

Fighting populism: How to rebuild spaces for constructive public discourse | Latifa Abdin, OpenCanada.org

Life-saving rescue station for migrants among ideas showcased at Toronto conference | Nicholas Keung, Toronto Star

Meet Canada’s 1st female Indigenous surgeon (video) | CTV News

First Nation, First Surgeon (video) | TVO, The Agenda with Steve Paikin

Why journalist Reni Eddo-Lodge is no longer talking to white people about race | CBC, The Current

Six Degrees | CBC Radio, Metro Morning (interview with Adrienne Clarkson)

Fabrice Vil: Pour 3 Points | Radio Canada, L’heure de pointe

Conferenza 6 Degrees Citizen Space a Toronto | OMNI TV (Italian)

Why one woman is no longer talking to white people about race | CTV, Your Morning

Facebook live with Kent Monkman | Kent Monkman’s new painting is a 24ft confrontation with colonialism — and he walked us through it | CBC Arts

Kent Monkman prepares to debut his largest painting yet | Rosemary Heather, NOW Magazine

One on One with Canadian Artist Kent Monkman | Dominique Lamberton, enRoute

Tête-à-tête avec l’artiste canadien Kent Monkman | Dominique Lamberton, enRoute

Vers la création d’une société plus inclusive | CBC Radio Canada, Le café show

6 Degrees Toronto: the urgent need to rethink a more inclusive world | Juan Gavasa, Lattin Magazine

Why the world needs more global citizens | The Conversation

La réussite canadienne est le résultat de l’histoire | L’Express

The fast lane: My plan to make Canada great again | Financial Times (subscription only)

Espace citoyen 6 degrés bâtit des ponts et abat des murs | Canadian Baha’I News Service

6 Degrees Highlights posts:

Highlights from the 15th LaFontaine-Baldwin Lecture with Michael Sandel

Highlights from 360: Walls, 6 Degrees Citizen Space

Highlights from 360: Bridges, 6 Degrees Citizen Space

Highlights from 360: Homes, 6 Degrees Citizen Space

Highlights from the Leadership Lunch for the 6 Degrees Youth Initiatives

Highlights from the Adrienne Clarkson Prize for Global Citizenship with Ai Weiwei

6 Degrees Vancouver (April 24, 2017)

Kirk LaPoint speaks with Adrienne Clarkson | Roundhouse Radio

6 Degrees Vancouver aims to heighten inclusion and propose radical and practical solutions | Charlie Smith, The Georgia Straight

Sense of Place interviews Janet and Alain | Roundhouse Radio

“We’re very worried about the future”: Adrienne Clarkson | CBC News, Early Edition

Conversation about race, identity must come out into the open, Adrienne Clarkson says | CBC News

Are You Home (Day-of coverage with interviews) | Jimmy Fabro, BCIT Magazine

6 Degrees Den Haag (April 3, 2017)

Internationale conferentie over inclusiviteit in Vredespaleis

6 degrees conferentie (video)

EVENEMENTEN IN DEN HAAG CENTRUM & ZEEHELDENKWARTIER, Zeehelden Niews

6 degrees conferentie over diversiteit, immigratie en populisme (filmpje), Den Haag Direct

The Rise of the Citizen | Divers Den Haag

6 Degrees Den Haag | Common Action Forum

6 Degrees conference in Vredespaleis | Cineac Den Haag (video)

6 Degrees Citizen Space 2016 (September 1921)

Globe and Mail essay series:

Canada’s Multiculturalism: A circle, ever edging outwards | John Ralston Saul

Indigenous languages are vital to telling Canada’s story | Adrienne Clarkson

Canada’s identity is an experiment in the process of being realized | Charles Foran

Integral to Canada’s economy, immigrants deserve more support | John Ralston Saul

In making room for others, we make room for ourselves—and for Canada | Adrienne Clarkson

There are few things less Canadian than hatred and fear | Charles Foran

Adrienne Clarkson Prize for Global Citizenship, presented to H.H. The Aga Khan:

Aga Khan wins Global Citizenship prize at 6 Degrees | Megan Dolski, Toronto Star

Aga Khan receives Prize for Global Citizenship | Dhaka Tribune

More Coverage:

6 Degrees forum in Toronto to focus on Canadian citizenship, diversity | Julien Gignac, The Globe and Mail

Immigration is a net economic benefit – this is a story Canada should build on | Bessma Momani, The Globe and Mail

Every day, immigrants are busting myths and building Canada | Marcus Gee, The Globe and Mail

Why Mexico needs more Canada, according to Denise Dresser | Marina Jiminez, Toronto Star

Where does religion fit into Canada’s pluralism model? | Geoffrey Cameron, OpenCanada.org

Five questions with Jennifer Welsh, Canada’s 2016 Massey lecturer | Catherine Tsalikis, OpenCanada.org

Pluralism Policies That Work: A call for more radical thinking” by Kamal Al-Solaylee, Mathieu Lefevre, Luis Larrain, Ratina Omidvar, Richard Van Der Laken, Bessma Momani, Pete Sweetnam, Madeleine Redfern, Naheed Nenshi | OpenCanada.org

A Tribe Called Red set to perform at Goldring Centre | Lisa Power, The Varsity

Confronting contradictions: Takeaways from Naomi Klein’s lecture on intersectional justice | Ibnul Chowdhury

Air Canada backs ‘Six Degrees’ inaugural conference in Toronto | Canindia.com