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Published on Jul 30, 2014
Doug Saunders, journalist and award-winning author of Arrival City, talks about city neighborhoods that incubate and launch immigrant success: "urban spaces where the transition from poverty occurs, where the next middle class is forged, where the next generation's dreams, movements, and governments are created.[It is here] that serious and sustained investments from governments and agencies are most likely to create lasting and incorruptible benefit." What are the conditions for investment?
What works, and what doesn't in arrival cities? Is there a recipe for immigrant success? This talk will be a mighty prelude to the Marketplace of Good Ideas.
Doug Saunders, Author of Arrival City and International-Affairs Columnist, The Globe and Mail (Toronto)
Source: 2nd International Cities of Migration Conference, Berlin, June 4-6, 2014: "Migration, Diversity, Inclusion: An Agenda for Shared Prosperity"