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Siobhan Davis - Podcast 2: Perspectives on Canada's Reputation (I)

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Siobhan Davis - Podcast 2: Perspectives on Canada's Reputation (I)

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A recent survey by the Reputation Institute deemed Canada to be the country with the best reputation in the world (Reputation Institute). Although I feel as though I am very lucky to be born in Canada and have a home there, I don't necessarily agree that Canada should be considered the country that is most admirable and reputable. I suppose I fall into the category of Canadians that are "among the most self-critical", on a scale of "how residents of a country felt about their own reputation versus how others saw it" (CBC).

 For this podcast, I wanted to carry out short interviews with a few refugees/asylum seekers that I have met at MSRI where I have been interning to gain some valuable perspectives. After learning about this report, I decided to ask them about their thoughts on Canada as a country and on the report by the Reputation Institute.

My three main questions for this podcast were:
1. What the participants thought about Canada winning the title as most reputable country - and whether another country deserves it instead;
2. What images or thoughts come to mind when they think of Canada as a country;
3. Did they think that Canada has some issues when it comes to refugee/migration rights and policies.

Thanks for viewing/listening - I welcome any feedback!

Siobhan

Reputation Institute: http://www.reputationinstitute.com/CMSPages/GetAzureFile.aspx?path=~\media\media\documents\press-release-for-country-reptrak-final-071415_1.pdf&hash=56facd015838f38cf93e783366d75d512a556bb8d7956511770a2d102c4cf6d1

CBC: http://www.cbc.ca/news/trending/canada-has-the-worlds-best-reputation-gl...

 

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