by George Oeser
In 2013, my husband, Rick, and myself got on a plane and flew to the Netherlands. We had no idea what to expect, we had signed a lease for an apartment we had never seen in person and we were moving to a city we didn’t know existed a few months earlier. 429 more words
Dutch court finds right-wing leader Geert Wilders guilty of inciting discrimination — but gives no penalty
Geert Wilders, the Dutch Freedom Party leader who’s targeting an election win next year amid the tide of populism sweeping Europe, was found guilty of inciting discrimination with comments he made about Moroccan immigrants, but the judges in the case imposed no penalty. 392 more words
Author(s): Valentina MAZZUCATO ; Bilisuma Bushie DITO ; Marzia GRASSI ; Jeanne VIVET
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Studies on the transnational family highlight the emotional difficulties of migrant parents separated from their children through international migration.