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Attitudes are changing and diversity makes a difference

It’s February and somehow we all survived (or should I say cried) at Trump’s inauguration. We now brace ourselves for Brexit negotiations. On the positive side there have been glimmers of hope for the… 968 more words

Liberal Democrats

Black is beautiful, Black is Gold.

When I first found out that I was moving to England, I was more excited than anything, and I’m sure pretty scared too. I was about to say goodbye to all my friends, my relatives, and the only world I’ve known up until that point. 856 more words

Are we all serious about integration?

Muki Gorar
Lecturer in Law at the University of Hertfordshire

Europe has embraced millions of immigrants for various reasons since the middle of the 20th century, from economic migrants to those who flee to a safer land in order to save their lives.  1,264 more words


Brexit and black people outside of the Northern ‘big cities’

Often enough I’ve been told that race isn’t an issue here and that a focus on the racial aspect of Brexit itself is somehow racist towards white people.  1,892 more words

Russia and International Affairs

Looking back at Russia’s contributions to Poland, Western Europe and America

During this time period, Russia participated in many events globally. 492 more words

Ethnic Minorities

Eyes of a Jew, Living in Russia

Saying that we were Europeanized is probably too little.  Throughout history, we have to assimilate to Russian culture.  It all began “with the Statute in Jews of 1804.  626 more words

Ethnic Minorities

What the inaugural speech of President Trump means for you

Welcoming the 45th president of the United States of America

January 20th, Friday, 2017 will be remembered as the day that the United States of America inaugurated its 45th president. 1,240 more words

World Affairs