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Over Land, Over Sea - Poems for those seeking refuge | Five Leaves Bookshop

Over Land, Over Sea - Poems for those seeking refuge | Five Leaves Bookshop | Migration | Scoop.it
An anthology of 102 poems expressing solidarity with the refugees currently receiving so little welcome as they make their way with difficulty through Europe
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Israel agrees to scrap plan to deport African asylum seekers | World news | The Guardian

Israel agrees to scrap plan to deport African asylum seekers | World news | The Guardian | Migration | Scoop.it
Benjamin Netanyahu’s office says it has agreed with UN to settle people in western countries
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When will Britain face up to its crimes against humanity? | News | The Guardian

When will Britain face up to its crimes against humanity? | News | The Guardian | Migration | Scoop.it
The long read: After the abolition of slavery, Britain paid millions in compensation – but every penny of it went to slave owners, and nothing to those they enslaved. We must stop overlooking the brutality of British history
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Turkey-Style Deals Will Not Solve the Next EU Migration Crisis

Turkey-Style Deals Will Not Solve the Next EU Migration Crisis | Migration | Scoop.it
The EU-Turkey deal has been credited with helping to end the migration crisis of 2015-16, and after two years in force it has fostered a myth that such deals are cure-alls. They are not, as this MPI Europe commentary explores. Recent EU responses place great emphasis on transit routes to Europe. But what if the next major event is a different kind of shock altogether?
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‘Irish people empathise with the loneliness of the immigrant experience’

‘Irish people empathise with the loneliness of the immigrant experience’ | Migration | Scoop.it
New musical combines Irish emigrant and asylum seeker stories
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How America's identity politics went from inclusion to division | Society | The Guardian

How America's identity politics went from inclusion to division | Society | The Guardian | Migration | Scoop.it
Political tribalism has reached a new peak, writes Amy Chua in her new book, and it leaves the US in a new perilous situation
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Why the Famine Irish didn’t emigrate to South Africa

Why the Famine Irish didn’t emigrate to South Africa | Migration | Scoop.it
A ship carrying Irish convicts arrived in Cape Town in 1849. They never made it ashore
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The Rise of Nativism in Europe – EuropeNow

The Rise of Nativism in Europe – EuropeNow | Migration | Scoop.it
This is part of our special feature on Nationalism, Nativism, and the Revolt Against Globalization.  
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Roads to nowhere: how infrastructure built on American inequality | Cities | The Guardian

Roads to nowhere: how infrastructure built on American inequality | Cities | The Guardian | Migration | Scoop.it
From highways carved through thriving ‘ghettoes’ to walls segregating black and white neighbourhoods, US city development has a long and divisive history
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Japan had 20,000 applications for asylum in 2017. It accepted 20 | World news | The Guardian

Japan had 20,000 applications for asylum in 2017. It accepted 20 | World news | The Guardian | Migration | Scoop.it
Just 0.1% of asylum seekers won the right to remain, as campaigners say ‘door has been closed’ to those in need
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As emigrants, we have different ways of creating ‘home’

As emigrants, we have different ways of creating ‘home’ | Migration | Scoop.it
For my refugee patients, the strangeness of Norway dissipates when reunited with family
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Emigrants called #HometoVote in abortion referendum

Emigrants called #HometoVote in abortion referendum | Migration | Scoop.it
New campaign launched urging eligible voters to travel from abroad to cast their ballots
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Migration and the Making of Ireland: a fresh and fascinating read

Migration and the Making of Ireland: a fresh and fascinating read | Migration | Scoop.it
Prof Bryan Fanning tackles the complex and expansive topic of Irish migration
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Wethouder Froukje de Jonge van Almere: ‘De integratie van vluchtelingen is nog geen succes’ –

Wethouder Froukje de Jonge van Almere: ‘De integratie van vluchtelingen is nog geen succes’ – | Migration | Scoop.it
De integratie van vluchtelingen door gemeenten is bepaald nog geen succes. We moeten onze verwachtingen bijstellen, betoogt de Almeerse wethouder Froukje de Jonge (CDA). En naarstig op zoek naar wat wel werkt. Het komt niet vaak voor dat een wethouder van een grote stad ronduit zegt dat de integratie van vluchtelingen geen succesverhaal is. Volgens […]
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'Them Poor Irish Lads' in Pennsylvania

'Them Poor Irish Lads' in Pennsylvania | Migration | Scoop.it
The late nineteenth and early twentieth century in America was a time of great confrontation between workers and bosses over wages, working conditions and unionisation. In these circumstances there grew up in the Pennsylvania coalfields a secret militant organisation with close ties to the Irish community.
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Mixed Blessings: Professor Bryan Fanning on Migration & the Making of Ireland

Mixed Blessings: Book readings, Music and talk at the London Irish Centre 8 November 2016. Irish in Britain have organised this event as part of ou
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The fascist movement that has brought Mussolini back to the mainstream | News | The Guardian

The fascist movement that has brought Mussolini back to the mainstream | News | The Guardian | Migration | Scoop.it
The long read: Italy’s CasaPound has been central to normalising fascism again in the country of its birth. Now they’re trying to enter parliament
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Italy used to be a tolerant country, but now racism is rising | World news | The Guardian

Italy used to be a tolerant country, but now racism is rising | World news | The Guardian | Migration | Scoop.it
The upcoming election has unleashed a tide of anti-migrant action, whose roots can be traced to the financial crisis and the country’s weakened leftwing
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Australia: A Welcoming Destination for Some

Australia: A Welcoming Destination for Some | Migration | Scoop.it
Immigration has driven economic and social development in Australia for more than two centuries. Even as more than one-fourth of the country’s population is foreign born and Australia ranks third among top refugee resettlement countries worldwide, controversy surrounding its hardline treatment of asylum seekers arriving by boat has cast a shadow on its reputation as a welcoming country, as this article explores.
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Giorgia Meloni, the friendly face of Italy's surging far right | World news | The Guardian

Giorgia Meloni, the friendly face of Italy's surging far right | World news | The Guardian | Migration | Scoop.it
Leader of rightwing Brothers of Italy party cherishes hopes of becoming the nation’s first female prime minister
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The fight for the right to be a Muslim in America

The fight for the right to be a Muslim in America | Migration | Scoop.it
The long read: A bitter legal row over a mosque in an affluent New Jersey town shows the new face of Islamophobia in the age of Trump
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