During its inaugural edition in December 2021, the Metropolis Francophonie Mondiale Conference proposes to create an opportunity for dialogue and knowledge sharing on the complex issues of migration by opening the door to all stakeholders within the Francophonie.
The virtual conference will have both provincial, as well as a national scope and provide educators a unique opportunity to connect with history and social science teachers from across the country as we face the many challenges of teaching in the COVID-19 era.
The aim of the national Forum is to facilitate a lively debate between champions and critics; to create a better understanding of the differing visions of Canada that underlie these views; and to discuss how the policy should be modernized in response to the changing face of Canada into the 21st century.
In what will likely be the most important Metropolis Conference to date, from March 22nd to March 26th, 2021, the 23rd edition of this year’s virtual gathering will devote five consecutive days to deliberations between service providers, policy makers and researchers around immigration, integration and settlement. The Conference will examine the multiple and varied impact of the pandemic on migrants, migration and mobility as well as our collective contributions to COVID-19 response and recovery.
While we continue to battle a global pandemic and with the imminent advent of the Biden-Harris era, how can Americans and Canadians work together on migration issues to prepare for challenges to come? Free webinar organized by the Refugee Council USA, the Association for Canadian Studies and Metropolis North America.
This webinar will highlight the key findings of the joint research project of UNESCO and the COVID-19 Social Impacts Network. Chaired by the Right Honourable Michaëlle Jean, Former Governor General of Canada & Former Secretary-General of the Organisation internationale de la Francophonie
Since the outbreak of the contagion there has been a considerable decline in the numbers of immigrants coming to Canada. Opportunities for renewing Canada’s commitment to immigration have emerged, and questions around the sustainability of Canada’s complex migration policies have been highlighted. With this objective in mind, the COVID-19 Social Impacts Network and Metropolis Canada will be holding a virtual summit on the critical issues confronting Canadians.
This online conference will have a national scope and provide educators a unique opportunity to connect with history and social science teachers from across the country as we face the many challenges of teaching in the COVID-19 era.
In this time of social strife and pandemic, Canadians need to unite more than ever to overcome our challenges and differences. Stories of Hope: A Celebration of Canada, will bring together online over two dozen voices with inspiring stories.
The online conference will feature some of Canada’s leading experts assessing anti-racist policies and practices as well as present new data on perceptions about systemic racism on the part of Canadians with a special focus on the views of the country’s racialized communities and Indigenous Peoples.