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Blind Consumption, by Florencia Gennaro

As we approach the end of our time in Cambodia, I realize that I will leave here with more questions that answers. I will leave questioning my place in the world and what I want my contribution to the world to be. 887 more words


The beauty of Mara Migration

Hi fellow bloggers. Hope you all are hail and hearty enjoying the beautiful aspects of life. I was away from the blogging world for sometime but am back now with some interesting stories and pictures. 206 more words


Radio Feature Reporting: Rural Urban Migration in Cambodia

Internal migration has been one of the main issues in Cambodia. Lately, it is noticed that a majority of Cambodian youth have migrated from their hometown to work in other countries, as well as seeking for jobs in urban area especially in Phnom Penh. 1,196 more words

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UNHCR Requests an End to Migrant Deaths at Sea

“UNHCR calls for urgent European action to end refugee and migrant deaths at sea,” from the UNHCR:

The UN refugee agency called Thursday for urgent European action to stop rising refugee and migrant deaths at sea, after more than 260 people have died or been reported missing trying to cross the Mediterranean Sea to get to Europe in the last 10 days alone.

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Migration in Dignity and Security. Part II.

On this second post about Migration I will discuss the problems created by too few speaking up about the truth behind migration.

First of all, why do people migrate? 662 more words

1,000 Migrants Attempt to Enter into Spain's Melilla and Ceuta

” At a Spanish Border, a Coordinated Scramble,” by Carlotta Gall for the New York Times:

More than 1,000 African migrants rushed toward the high fences topped with razor wire.

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