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Elizabeth May stays on, opens door to further discussions on BDS

Elizabeth May will stay on as Green Party leader despite her party’s controversial motion supporting the Boycott Divestment Sanction movement which opposes Israeli policy. May said the party will launch a new process to try to reach consensus. 868 more words


Little home, lucky home, big home

“Have you ever paused to contemplate the idea of home?” asks Robyn Haynes in her blog, Big Dreams for a Tiny Garden. On a trip to Outback Queensland, she felt a deep connection with the land, and her sense of home expanded from house, garden and family to something much broader—Australia. 408 more words


One man's meat is another man's poison - Des einen Freud ist des andern Leid

Eine der Stärken der Flüchtlingsunterbringung in unserer Stadt ist die dezentrale Verteilung (das bringt auch einige Nachteile, aber insgesamt, glaube ich, ist das der einzige Weg, der Erfolg verspricht).  605 more words


Emigration and Immigration

During the height of the Cold War, the Berlin Wall was built to keep the citizens of East Germany from leaving. We cheered as it and similar barriers to emigration from the Soviet to the Free World fell in 1989. 1,658 more words

News And Politics

Rebuilding Community in a New Country

Recently the Your Path to Our Health production team worked on three stories from the Greater Atlanta area. For one of those stories we spent time with Padham, a Bhutanese refugee. 216 more words


Rise up

It is an odd sight to see, I must admit for me. Pro-Erdogan protestors. According to RT the demonstration in Cologne on the 31st of July, 2016, attracted tens of thousands. 917 more words