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Social Policy

 
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Trials of a role model

Patrik Öhberg and Elin Naurin on the retrenchment of a “humanitarian superpower” [Issue 40, 2017]
by Patrik Öhberg
 

 
 
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Integration of immigrants: A tool against terror

Julia Smith on Canada’s programs to integrate immigrants [Issue 40, 2017]
by Julia Smith
 

 

 
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Immigration: A tale of two countries revisited

An introduction to Issue 40's Immigration section by Henry Milner [Issue 40, 2017]
by Henry Milner
 

 
 
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British Labour’s immigration problem

Eric Shaw on British Labour’s immigration problem [Issue 39, 2016]
by Eric Shaw
 

 

 
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Kamel Daoud and his critics

Kamel Daoud on sexual violence in Cologne and accusations of Islamophobia [Issue 39, 2016]
by John Richards
 

 
 
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Integration of Muslim minorities: Is it about religion?

Jeffrey Reitz finds that religion has been overplayed as a factor in Muslims’ social integration [Issue 38, 2016]
by Jeffrey G. Reitz
 

 

 
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Basic income will be fairer and cheaper: A reply to Jonathan Rhys Kesselman

A reply to “A Dubious Antipoverty Strategy” (Winter/Spring 2014, pp. 33–43) [Issue 36, 2015]
by Richard Pereira
 

 
 
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Richard Pereira’s proposal lacks political realism

Jonathan Rhys Kesselman on guaranteed income schemes [Issues 36, 2015]
by Jonathan Rhys Kesselman
 

 

 
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Land and schools

The editors introduce the ABORIGINAL CANADA: LAND AND SCHOOLS section of this issue [Issue 36, 2015]
by The editors
 

 
 
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The Tsilhqot’in decision and the future of British Columbia

Ken Coates and Gordon Gibson debate the economic impact of the Supreme Court’s Tsilhqot’in decision [Issue 36, 2015]
by Gordon Gibson
 

 

 
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Fixing Aboriginal education

John Richards asks what now for First Nations education after Shawn Atleo’s resignation [Issue 36, 2015]
by John Richards
 

 
 
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The economic and political costs of immigration

John Richards reviews Paul Collier's Exodus: How Migration is Changing Our World. [Issue 35, 2014]
by John Richards
 

 

 
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Immigration: Between two poles

AN INTRODUCTION TO THE IMMIGRATION SECTION OF ISSUE 34 BY HENRY MILNER AND JOHN RICHARDS [Issue 34, 2013]
by Henry Milner
 

 
 
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Opening the state’s hand to the poor

AN INTRODUCTION TO THE POVERTY FEATURE SECTION OF ISSUE 34 BY JOHN RICHARDS [Issue 34, 2013]
by John Richards
 

 

 
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Unrepresented no more

Mike Medeiros and Benjamin Forest propose noncontiguous federal electoral districts as a way of increasing Aboriginal representation in Parliament. [Issue 34, 2013]
by Mike Medeiros
 

 
 
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W(h)ither feminism?

Susan Altschul reviews two recent books promoting the advancement of women in the business world as an occasion to reflect on 50 years of women’s attempts to “have it all.” [Issue 34, 2013]
by Susan Altschul
 

 

 
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The interests of immigrants first

In Sweden, immigration is regarded as being primarily for the benefit of the immigrants themselves, and admission of refugees is the main priority. Elin Naurin and Patrik Öhberg report that, despite riots in a Stockholm suburb...
by Elin Naurin
 

 
 
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Making Canada’s immigrant selection policies work

In Canada, the primary purpose of immigration is regarded as being to boost the Canadian economy. Herbert Grubel proposes that economic immigrants should be admitted only if they have firm job offers in Canada. [Issue 34, 2013]
by Herbert Grubel