Canada has become an experiment in inclusion. 360: Inclusion starts by asking how other countries understand and experience belonging.
Published on Oct 20, 2016
Diversity is a reality, inclusion remains a choice. Canada has become an experiment in inclusion.
360: Inclusion starts by asking how other countries understand and experience belonging.
Under what circumstances does inclusion best succeed, and how can we foster those circumstances?
How do we talk about what we’re doing and build a vocabulary that is resilient enough to manage aspirations and counter apprehensions?
Denise Dresser, Mexican political analyst, award-winning journalist and activist
Pico Iyer, Author, traveller, speaker, global visionary
Naheed Nenshi, Mayor of Calgary
Jennifer Welsh, Chair in International Relations, European University Institute
Kamal Al-Solaylee, Associate professor at the School of Journalism at Ryerson University
Mathieu Lefèvre, French social entrepreneur on a mission to reinvent European dreams
Luis Larraín, Chilean activist and President, Fundación Iguales
Doug Saunders, Globe and Mail columnist and award-winning writer
Niigaan Sinclair, International commentator on Indigenous issues
Discover, Explore and Learn more via:
- 6 Degrees | 3 days exploring inclusion and citizenship in a world that demands answers now
- Six Degrees Citizen Space 2016 Program Guide
- CHARLES FORAN – EXPERIMENTS IN PLURALISM – There are few things less Canadian than hatred and fear
About 6 Degrees
Published on Nov 25, 2016
A brief recap of 6 Degrees Citizen Space 2016.
6 Degrees is the global forum on inclusion and citizenship. The inaugural edition of 6 Degrees took place from the 19th to the 21st of September 2016, gathering 50 global speakers and 5,000 attendees from 28 countries.
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