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 Stockholm riots reflect European immigration policy failuresStockholm riots reflect European immigration policy failures by Christos Mouzeviris
Last weekend marked the beginning of a rather surprising event, the riots by immigrants in a Stockholm suburb, Husby. The riots lasted for almost a week and they erupted after the death of an elderly man in the immigrant suburb shot by police,
 A common immigration policy for Europe?A common immigration policy for Europe? by Christos Mouzeviris
I have a Tunisian friend here in Ireland and we were talking about our experiences of living in a foreign country. We both are foreigners but the difference is I am an EU citizen. I was stunned when I discovered that even though he is legal in the
 International Migrants Day: World Citizens Call for Cooperative ActionInternational Migrants Day: World Citizens Call for Cooperative Action by Rene Wadlow
The UN General Assembly has proclaimed 18 December as International Migrants Day to mark the date in 1990 when the Assembly adopted the International Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of their Families.
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 Gaddafi's new rascalityGaddafi's new rascality by Thanos Kalamidas
The Libyan leader Col Muammar Gaddafi has an amazing way always to attract Europe’s anger and doubts and I have to admit that for me he’s a very controversial persona worth a psychiatric study and I’m not saying that trying to be
 A Journey from War to Football and First SnowA Journey from War to Football and First Snow by Doug McGill
Since Feras Alkaisi, his wife Sulaf and their two young children moved here four months ago, they’ve experienced a lot of firsts – backyard barbecues, a casino (Treasure Island), carnival rides (at the Mall of America), watching football on TV
 Legalizing immigrants in EULegalizing immigrants in EU by Thanos Kalamidas
The latest news from the European Commission will most likely surprise everybody. Most likely it will also make the euro-sceptics totally freak out, especially after having spent the last two years talking and arguing about immigration in Europ
 Qaddafi and the EU's Immigrant and Refugee LawsQaddafi and the EU's Immigrant and Refugee Laws by Dr. Emanuel Paparella
I’d like to follow-up to the previous article on immigration in the EU with a more focused approach of that phenomenon as it is currently taking place in Italy. I refer to the exodus taking place from sub-Sahara Africa into Libya and from th
 Sundry Reflections on the Immigrant Experience in the EU and the USSundry Reflections on the Immigrant Experience in the EU and the US by Dr. Emanuel Paparella
 Immigrants in Finland: Part 1Immigrants in Finland: Part 1 by Edna Nelson
Not too long ago before her departure to Sweden a friend and I got into a little chat about the economy. The conversation quickly progressed from the idea that economic woes could lead to more supporters of privatizing the mostly public Finnish he
 Migration in Greece - An open wound (in Greek)Migration in Greece - An open wound (in Greek) by Dimitra Karantzeni
Κοινωνική καταπίεση. Πολιτική εκμετάλλευση. Ρα
 Global art, national concernsGlobal art, national concerns by Thanos Kalamidas
It is hard to miss that something is moving in immigrant art globally, especially in Europe over the last two decades, and it is about time for immigrant art to take its rightful place in the national museums. However, that demands two major thing
 100 years of Japanese immigration in Brazil100 years of Japanese immigration in Brazil by Alexandra Pereira
On June 18th 2008, Brazil celebrates 100 years of Japanese immigration that began with the arrival of the Kasato Maru ship, which departed from Kobe to the port of Santos with 165 Japanese families aboard
 Recognize the contribution of immigrationRecognize the contribution of immigration by Thanos Kalamidas
Would anybody ever imagine that England, with its language that has spread all over the world and with countries all around the globe that have English as the official language, that the day would come when there will be traffic or municipality si
 
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