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Democracy and Migration

The WC2 Symposium at Ryerson explores the theme "Migration, the City, and the University." Host Will Sloan talks to two Ryerson faculty members who are hosting panels on the immigrant/refugee experience: John Beebe on democratic engagement, and Art Blake on LGBTQ+ migration
July 31, 2018
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Photo: The WC2 Symposium at Ryerson explores the theme "Migration, the City, and the University."  

Ryerson University is hosting the 4th annual World Cities, World Class (WC2) Symposium from August 12 to 17, bringing together top universities from major cities to discuss the issues facing cities. Exploring this year's theme "Migration, the City, and the University," host Will Sloan talks to two Ryerson faculty members who are hosting panels on the immigrant/refugee experience: John Beebe on how to engage newcomers in the political process, and Art Blake on LGBTQ+ migration.

For more information, visit www.ryerson.ca/ri/WC2/.