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Tarjetas and tourists: what's been happening recently

“What has been happening recently?” you ask. I’ll tell you, even if you didn’t ask. 

One of my favorite big events was getting my residency card, my tarjeta. 471 more words


An Internet Survey in a Population-Based Cohort Study

Consumption of ultra-processed foods and cancer risk: results from NutriNet-Santé prospective cohort is a web-based survey looking at the association of cancer risk and consuming ultra-processed foods in people in France who responded to a survey.  176 more words

Medicine & Health

'Barber Shop and Beauty Shop Talk' to encourage conversation about issues facing African-American community

The Center for Inclusion and Cross Cultural Engagement at the University of Mississippi, along with the UM NAACP and Queer People of Color organizations are hosting a public forum at Residence Hall 2 on Wednesday, Feb. 894 more words

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Some Thoughts on the GCR (and the GCM)

Alex Aleinikoff

It was initially thought that the New York Declaration would include a Compact on Refugees that would be approved with the Declaration. Opposition from states seeking a Compact on Migration nixed this plan—they argued that both compacts should be developed together, even if both were to be drafted in decidedly different ways (the GCR by UNHCR, in consultation with states; the GCM through a state-led negotiated process). 1,503 more words

Policy And Concepts

What does your small mind have to say to every girl with small eyes?

This happens a lot to me. A lot to us girls with small eyes.

They make us feel like we should stick a copy of our birth certificates on our foreheads and walk around indicating that we are not from the Northeast of India or from Korea or from China or from Thailand or from Nepal. 493 more words


...on Self-Love, Relationships, Narratives, Change, Paradoxes

Boy, oh boy! What a couple of weeks! Yes, I skipped a week. I felt anxious about it for a few days and then realised that it wasn’t conducive to my already fragile wellbeing and decided to let it go. 1,332 more words


Framing the Monster: The Infinite Faces of Climate Change

Fritz Lang’s masterpiece M (1931) tells the story of a child murderer who becomes the pray of a keen, restless manhunt. Set in the 1920s, the movie depicts a German town where citizens, instead of reacting to the mysterious disappearing of some children, ignore the menace looming over them. 1,645 more words