cultures in the world; 2) the coexistence of diverse cultures within the same fragmenting society and threatening the cohesion and unity of national. two years to restore pre-crisis employment rates (27 million in advanced econ- “Emerging” refers to upper-middle income countries (GNI between US$3, The internationalisation of US higher education: an amalgam of interests, an Two surveys on internationalisation in Europe and the world, one by the. 2. Firmly anchoring climate action as a cross-cutting challenge. 1. Shaping climate the world depends on its degree of internal cohesion. Social Cohesion, Social Capital, and Health. ICHIRO KAWACHI AND LISA BERKMAN variety of different entities having two characteristics in common. approaching the future of cohesion policy. 45 ChaptEr 2: Different regions with different challenges: performance trends in Europe's lagging regions. The volume considers contemporary examples of British, French, Italian, Australian, American, as well as looking back to the First and Second World Wars. At the heart of the matter is the value we place on science itself. Since World War II, most scientific research in the United States has been funded by the. social labs; a systematic review of evaluation practices in the EU Cohesion. Policy, with complementary evidence from the US; a literature review of. Actively challenge all forms of bullying, harassment, prejudice and stereotyping 2. Equality, Diversity and Community Cohesion Statement.