Paris Latin Quarter

Global Cities: Paris

Despite its ‘Frenchness’, Paris is a highly multicultural city with inhabitants from all corners of the globe.

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Global Cities: Melbourne

No Australian city better personifies the country’s multiculturalism than Melbourne, one of the most diverse melting pots on the planet.

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Global Cities: New York

New York City is one of the most global metropolises on the planet, practically synonymous with the virtues of immigration.

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Global Cities: London

London is one of the most global cities on the planet, a real melting pot of different cultures, nationalities and religions.

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Global Cities: Berlin

While often overlooked in favour of more glamorous and classical European cities, Berlin has now cemented itself as a culture capital and trendy hotspot.

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Study Guide: The Arab Diaspora

The Arab diaspora is one of the most widespread immigrant populations around the world, as well as one of the trickiest to define.

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Study Guide: The Armenian Diaspora

Armenia has been a country which has long been contested by a number of larger powers such as the Ottoman Empire and the Russian Empire.

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Study Guide: The Bangladeshi Diaspora

The Bangladeshi diaspora is one of the largest in the world, with a population of over 7.5 million people and is fairly evenly distributed around the world.

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British Columbia's capital Victoria, self identifies as being "more English than the English" © Tourism Victoria

Study Guide: The British Diaspora

Given the supremacy of the British Empire for much of the Age of Discovery, the British diaspora is widely dispersed throughout the world.

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Cambodian Americans

Study Guide: The Cambodian Diaspora

The Cambodian diaspora, as is the case with many other Southeast Asian countries, does not have a relatively long history.

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