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Home away from home but never quite like back home. Stories of migrants across globe.
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The truth of multicultural Britain - The Guardian

The truth of multicultural Britain - The Guardian | Migrants | Scoop.it
The truth of multicultural Britain
The Guardian
There are now more than four million non-white Britons - more than the population of the Republic of Ireland.
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The Situation of the Migrants | Second Council House of Virgo

The Situation of the Migrants | Second Council House of Virgo | Migrants | Scoop.it

Greece has become an important entry point into Fortress Europe for many people fleeing the physical and economic violence that festers within their home countries, fuelled in many cases by the policies of the EU and its constituent members, yet the situation for migrants within Athens is dire with police brutality and fascist beatings becoming more and more frequent.

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Family Secrets & Adoption

Family Secrets & Adoption | Migrants | Scoop.it
Cross-border adoption: the trauma of knowing one was given away at birth and the travails of trying to find out why...
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Why Is Expatriation from the U.S. on the Rise?

Why Is Expatriation from the U.S. on the Rise? | Migrants | Scoop.it
The year 2013 is on pace to set an astounding record for the number of U.S. citizens and permanent residents who have renounced their U.S. citizenship.
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Behind the Exodus: India's Shame

Behind the Exodus: India's Shame | Migrants | Scoop.it

In the southern and western parts of the country, people belonging to the north-eastern region sensed trouble and fled their places of domicile to their home States in what many observers called the largest terrorised movement of people inside the country since Independence.

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Afua Hirsch: Our parents left Africa – now we are coming home

Afua Hirsch: Our parents left Africa – now we are coming home | Migrants | Scoop.it

50 years ago many Africans moved to the West – fleeing deteriorating economic conditions and limited opportunities at home.
Now their children are forming an exodus from the crisis-ridden eurozone, four years of recession and the dogged perception of inequality and discrimination in the west. "Who needs the glass ceiling when you could be running your own business in one of the world's fastest-growing economies, enjoying the warm weather and surrounded by your own people?"

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