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Saskatoon ceremony aims to help new Canadians make connections

SASKATOON – A national new citizen’s integration charity hopes to increase the number of special ceremonies for those becoming Canadians, according to its volunteer manager who was at one of the events in Saskatoon Monday morning.  324 more words

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Record number of Americans dump U.S. passports to live abroad

HONG KONG — More Americans than ever before are turning their backs on the United States.

The number of citizens and long-term residents cutting their official ties to Uncle Sam jumped more than 20 percent last year to 4,279, according to a CNNMoney analysis of the latest government data. 308 more words

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The Cultural Exclusion of Irregular Maritime Arrivals

by Louis Everuss


In November last year, David Radford and Louis Everuss from the Hawke-EU Centre for Mobilities, Migrations, and Cultural Transformations, Hawke Research Institute, University of South Australia visited GRAMNet. 1,621 more words

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Elisa Impara (2015) “Radicalisation and Subcultures: a Theoretical Analysis”

This article will ask whether we could talk about radicalised subcultures in relation to recent cases of young people deliberately flee to Syria. To achieve this it will: 1. 82 more words

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Royal Holloway Group PR3710 (2015)“‘A codified constitution is a massive deal’: young people, deliberative democracy and A new Magna Carta?”

This paper reports the results from a deliberative event for young people (16- to 18-yearolds), inspired by the UK Political and Constitutional Reform Committee’s 2014 report, A new Magna Carta?, which asked whether Britain should adopt a written constitution.  155 more words

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Equal Nationality Laws Are Vital to Realizing Girls’ Rights and Security

This post was written by Catherine Harrington, Campaign Manager for the Global Campaign for Equal Nationality Rights, on behalf of the Coalition for Adolescent Girls. 722 more words

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Record Numbers Renounce Their U.S. Citizenship - Forbes

Virtually none of the reporting I have seen situates this increase in the context of the total number of American expatriates. Estimates vary between 2 and 7 million, meaning that the 4,300 expatriations are tiny in relation to the expatriate population, between 0.2 and 0.06 percent. 314 more words

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