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Racial discrimination in teen years could mean health problems later - NBC News.com

Racial discrimination in teen years could mean health problems later - NBC News.com | My Migration Daily | Scoop.it
Racial discrimination isn’t just a civil rights issue — it can also affect teenagers’ health, a new study suggests. Adolescents who...
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Refugees in Hong Kong continue to struggle (Includes interview) - DigitalJournal.com

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DigitalJournal.com Refugees in Hong Kong continue to struggle (Includes interview) DigitalJournal.com Financial help towards utilities has gone up a mere HK$40, though research from the Refugee Concern Network shows that 88% of refugees are unable...
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Data Discrimination Means the Poor May Experience a Different Internet - MIT Technology Review

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MIT Technology Review Data Discrimination Means the Poor May Experience a Different Internet MIT Technology Review Data analytics are being used to implement a subtle form of discrimination, while anonymous data sets can be mined to reveal health...

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Daily Kos: Immigration and Transgender People

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I've written about the problems of undocumented transgender immigrants living in the US before.

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World Migration Report 2013: Getting the Global Picture | IOM Weblog

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People migrate for work, education, love, in short, in search of a better life. But is that what they get? http://t.co/GtYBVCHhzk #WMR2013
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Ethics of research with refugees - The Age

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Ethics of research with refugees
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Important as these facts are, however, the weight of statistics can also 'dehumanise' refugees.
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RT @BarackObama: Retweet if you are proud that immigration is a part of our nation's heritage. http://t.co/ipHHyrRDkH
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Twitter / thirdeyeviews: Spoke @ the Arab League today ...

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Spoke @ the Arab League today on taking a more pragmatic approach to the Syrian refugee crisis in Egypt. http://t.co/900A5FXd4I
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Life in the camp for the world’s newest refugees

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For most Syrian refugees, the feeling of safety makes the miserable conditions in makeshift camps almost bearable.
It’s a freezing cold February evening and,

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Juan Carlos Hernandez's curator insight, April 2, 2013 10:34 AM
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For most Syrian refugees, the feeling of safety makes the miserable conditions in makeshift camps almost bearable.

It’s a freezing cold February evening and, as the day’s final light begins to fade, a group of more than 100 Syrians gather shivering at an unidentified spot just beyond the strip of no-man’s land that separates their war-torn homeland from Jordan in the South.

Considered refugees now after illegally crossing the border, the stress of a two-year bloody conflict at home shows clearly on their lined and troubled faces. Despite their obvious traumas, the mixture of men, women – most heavily veiled – children and elderly seem eager to share their stories of horror with a large group of visiting local and foreign reporters.

In the glare of oversized television cameras and amidst throngs of notebook-clad journalists, they talk about the death and destruction in their villages back home, describe how they walked for days wra

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Syria Refugee Response - Iraq : Inter Agency Sector Activities ...

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Syria Refugee Response - Iraq : Inter Agency Sector Activities – Who's doing What Where (3Ws), as of 30 Jan 2014. Infographic. from UN High Commissioner for Refugees. Published on 30 Jan 2014 — View Original · Email.
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Survey shows benefits of improving ethnic minority housing - Green Building Press

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Green Building Press Survey shows benefits of improving ethnic minority housing Green Building Press A new study by BRE and the Race Equality Foundation concludes that investing in housing improvements among minority ethnic households in England...
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Migrants Shift Sights From US to Neighbors - Wall Street Journal

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It sounds like the typical American dream for an immigrant: Each month, Marco Antonio Serna sends $500 to his parents, wife and 17-year-old daughter back in Colombia.
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Aging population hits record high in Japan - Times of India

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Aging population hits record high in Japan Times of India TOKYO: The Japanese government said on Sunday that population of elders aged above 65 hit a record high at 31.86 million as of Sunday, an increase of 1.12 million from previous year, media...
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IOM Regional Response to the Syrian Crisis (as of 4 July 2013 ...

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from International Organization for Migration. Published on 04 Jul 2013. Print · Email · preview · Download PDF (755.9 KB) · IOM Regional Response to the Syria Crisis Situation Report, 4 July 2013. International Organization for Migration:.
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UN warns of worst refugee crisis in nearly 20 years

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Conflicts in Syria, Democratic Republic of the Congo and Mali push number of displaced people to more than 45 million (+45 million people displaced globally: UN warns of worst refugee crisis in nearly 20 yrs http://t.co/yB6r09WKXb...
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Why immigration is good for Europe

Why immigration  is good for Europe | My Migration Daily | Scoop.it
  (RT @friendsunaoc: Local authorities and civil society key for #migrant integration http://t.co/Bh5HrUKj0X Totally agree w/@StaffNilsson.
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Congress returns to try to reach final deals on major issues of immigration, gun control

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Congress returns Monday for a pivotal week in which lawmakers will attempt to reach agreements on proposals for gun-control and immigration-reform -- perhaps the two biggest issues in Washington this year.
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160,000 Palestinian refugees living below poverty line in Lebanon | Maan News Agency

160,000 Palestinian refugees living below poverty line in Lebanon | Maan News Agency | My Migration Daily | Scoop.it
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