The Museum at the Centre of Arrival
Migration:Cities Workshop, Mexico 2017. Doug Saunders is the international-affairs columnist for Canada’s Globe and Mail newspaper and is the author of three books on migration and cities: Arrival City: How the Largest Migration in History is Reshaping Our World; The Myth of the Muslim Tide; and, in 2017, Maximum Canada: Why 35 Million Canadians are Not Enough. In 2016, he co-designed the Germany pavilion for the Venice Architecture Biennale on migration themes that has become a touring international museum exhibition.
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