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Fourth Story - Migrant Worker

After interviewing Naim, a foreign worker from Bangladesh, our team has written his story for you.

This is his story.

Naim is from Bangladesh and he came to Singapore to work in order to support his family. 436 more words


Third Video - Migrant Worker

Interview with Parthiban, a foreign worker from India.

This is his story.

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Some advice please?

Is there any, or many out there with wealth of knowledge stored up in their noggin?

Well I could use some please…

As readers may know my blog is about helping people who are in need. 262 more words

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New Special Issue on “Migration” by Journal of Alternative Politics is out !

The special issue on “migration” of the Journal of Alternative Politics (JoAP) edited by Didem Danış, faculty member of our department, is out. Migration, which is one of the most important issues in Turkey as well as in the globalized World, is treated in this special issue in its multiple aspects through changing perpectives. 157 more words

Garment Industry

3rd European #Migration Forum – Application process has started

 A “Call for Expressions of Interest” for the 3rd meeting of the European Migration Forum has been released. The forum will take place in Brussels, 2-3 March 2017, with the theme “Migrants’ access to the EU, to rights and to services: Challenges and ways forward”. 327 more words

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Before I tell you about my time in Texas, I want to tell you about me and a tiny bit about my community…

Someone once told me that they thought I was “ethnically ambiguous.” They’d obviously never spent a lot of time in South Texas, where I’m from, because I look like everyone else down there. 606 more words

The migrant led strikes of the past can inform our present and future

Xenophobic racism, legitimised by the political classes, obscures points of solidarity between working class Britons and migrants

by Maya Goodfellow Follow @mayagoodfellow

“A person like me, I am never scared of anybody”, Jayaben Desai told her manager before leading a mass walk-out of the Grunwick film processing plant in north-west London in the summer of 1976. 1,084 more words

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