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Making sense of immigration

Thoughts on Paul Collier’s Exodus: Immigration and Multiculturalism in the 21st Century

Immigration has occupied central stage in today’s politics. However, it is a toxic stage. 1,657 more words

Developmentaleconomics

Migration to Australia: recent arrivals from Italy

Riccardo Armillei (Deakin) & Bruno Mascitelli (Swinburne)

Between 1945 and 1983 some 400,000 Italians, usually unskilled and with limited education, came to Australia as ‘permanent and long term arrivals’, most arriving between 1952 and 1970.

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Culture And Society

When Mexico Was Flooded By Immigrants

In the early nineteenth-century, Mexico had a problem with American immigrants.

Source: daily.jstor.org

A century and a half ago, the immigration debate and geopolitical shifts in power on the United States-Mexico border reflected a profoundly different dynamic than it does today.

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Scoop.it

#MyGration Series : Of studying under tree, the bell bottom era and small town stories of 60s and 70s!

This is the first in the series of  Instagram series called #MyGration stories where I talk to people and chronicle the circumstances that led to their migration from one place to another. 936 more words

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One season following another

Although the heathland meadow behind Bamburgh Castle is bejewelled with wild flowers of all kinds and though it is only the end of July, you can feel that summer is already preparing to move on – particularly when the weather’s dull or drizzly and rather sorry for itself – and the ebullience of the busy season is beginning to yield to the thoughtfulness of autumn, and that’s before August even begins. 407 more words

Te csodás (Hungarian)

Budapestre költöztél? Tényleg? De hát mégis miért? – kérdezték évekig hitetlenkedve a bennszülöttek a nyugatiakat, akik fogták magukat, és itt akartak élni, nem kiküldetés és nem magyar házastárs miatt. 650 more words

Migration

Why migration patterns are so important to designing responses to HIV

Significant strides have been made in the global response to HIV. But there is an urgent need to rethink the ways that prevention and treatment programmes are developed and implemented. 805 more words

Activism