Belonging? Diversity, Recognition and Shared Citizenship in Canada

Edited by Keith Banting, Thomas J. Courchene and F. Leslie Seidle
This volume sheds light on Canada’s approaches to recognizing and accommodating diversity. It examines instruments of shared citizenship, their effectiveness and their capacity to respond to new pressures and concerns. Some chapters are available online. To purchase a copy, please visit the IRPP store.


Contents

Introduction

Introduction

Keith Banting, Thomas J. Courchene and F. Leslie Seidle

Canadian Approaches to Recognizing and Accommodating Diversity

Ethnocultural Diversity in a Liberal State: Making Sense of the Canadian Model(s)

Will Kymlicka

Accommodating Canada’s Diversity

Roy McMurtry

History, Power and Contradictions in a Liberal State

Yasmeen Abu-Laban

The Quebec State and the Management of Ethnocultural Diversity: Perspectives on an Ambiguous Record

Daniel Salée

Quebec’s Interculturalism Policy: An Alternative Vision

Marie Mc Andrew

Another Fine Balance: Managing Diversity in Canadian Cities

Katherine A.H. Graham and Susan D. Phillips

Spatial and Scalar Issues in Managing Diversity in Canada’s Cities

David Ley

International Experiences

Immigrants and Civic Integration in Western Europe

Christian Joppke

Diversity, Integration and the Turn from Multiculturalism in the United Kingdom

Randall Hansen

Diversity, Multiculturalism and Social Cohesion: Trust and Ethnocentrism in European Societies

Marc Hooghe, Tim Reeskens and Dietlind Stolle

The Challenges of Immigration to Race-Based Diversity Policies in the United States

Mary C. Waters and Zoua M. Vang

Ethnocultural Communities: Participation and Social Cohesion

Racial Inequality, Social Cohesion and Policy Issues in Canada

Jeffrey G. Reitz and Rupa Banerjee

Diversity and Equality: The Vital Connection

Pearl Eliadis

Ties That Bind? Social Cohesion and Diversity in Canada

Stuart Soroka, Richard Johnston and Keith Banting

Ties That Bind and Ties That Divide

Bonnie Erickson

The Political Engagement of New Canadians: A Comparative Perspective

Paul Howe

Indigenous Peoples

First Nations and Métis People and Diversity in Canadian Cities

Evelyn Peters

Culture Matters, but… Explaining Trends among Urban Aboriginal People

John Richards

Beyond “Us” and “Them”: Prescribing Postcolonial Politics and Policy in Saskatchewan

Joyce Green and Ian Peach

Maori and the State: Diversity Models and Debates in New Zealand

Roger Maaka

Faith-Based Communities and Diversity

Religious Allegiance and Shared Citizenship

Tariq Ramadan

Religion-Based Alternative Dispute Resolution: A Challenge to Multiculturalism

Marion Boyd

The Ontario Sharia Debate: Transformational Accommodation, Multiculturalism and Muslim Identity

Sheema Khan

Conclusion

Keith Banting, Thomas J. Courchene and F. Leslie Seidle