Governance, Attachment and Identities in Federal States: Comparing Canada, the United States, Germany, and Spain

April 06, 2011

Minto Place Suites (Vanier-Stanley Room), 185 Lyon Street North, Ottawa, ON K1R


-  This forum is aimed at policy-makers, researchers and other stake-holders.
-  It will provide important insights into how federal systems of government address issues of immigration, integration and identities.
-  Detailed results from a five-country survey will be analyzed by leading experts.

-    Attachment and Identification in Canada, USA, Germany, and Spain 
-    Challenges in Intergovernmental Cooperation and the Management of Diversity
-    Immigration and Integration in Federal States: Roles and Responsibilities
-    Attachment to Canada amongst Quebecers

Confirmed Speakers:
-    Rupak Chattopadhyay - Forum of Federations, Canada
-    Leslie Seidle - Forum of Federations, Canada 
-    Mary Giovagnoli - Immigration Policy Center, Washington, DC USA
-    John Kincaid -  Meyner Center for the Study of State and Local Government, USA
-    Barry Kosmin - Trinity College Hartford, Connecticut, USA
-    Mireia Grau Creus - Institut d?Estudis Autonomics in Barcelona, Spain
-    Jack Jedwab - Association for Canadian Studies, Canada
-    Patricia Rimok - Conseil des relations interculturelles du Québec, Canada
-    Martin Patriquin - Maclean?s Magazine, Canada
-    Victor Armony - UQÀM (Université du Québec à Montréal), Canada
-    Christian Bourque - Léger Marketing, Canada

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