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AUTHOR: Kristina DeVesty, Guest Blogger

There has been a lot of heated political discussion about refugees lately and how they maintain their livelihood once they arrive in the United States. 1,024 more words


Refugee admissions into U.S. under Trump have plummeted

(NationalSentinelForeign Policy: During his campaign, Donald J. Trump promised to reverse liberal refugee admission policies enacted by President Obama for the purposes of further diluting traditional American culture. 346 more words

Trump Administration

Contemporary Refugees in Ukraine: Causes of Displacement, Strategies of Resettlement, and Problems of Adaptation

Authors: Oksana Mikheieva (author and head of the project), Ukrainian Catholic University, Sociology Prgramme, and Victoria Sereda (co-author) Ukrainian Catholic University, Sociology Prgramme

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Internally Displaced People

Trump to meet Australian PM, relations strained over asylum seekers

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

U.S. President Donald Trump will meet with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull on May 4 in New York City as the two nations seek to repair a relationship strained by a row over an asylum seeker resettlement deal. 300 more words

Current Affairs

A Young Refugee Perspective

This short but powerful clip illustrates the unfortunate truth that generations to come have been scarred by the horrific actions in Syria. The impact of the tragedies in Syria affects international relations for many years to come and the fact is, the United States has to care. 75 more words


Mullikulam – Renewed struggle to regain Navy occupied village

First published at on http://groundviews.org/2017/04/06/mullikulam-renewed-struggle-to-regain-navy-occupied-village/ 6th April 2017

My father, my father’s father and my father’s grand-father have lived here. Mullikulam has been our home for generations now.

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Human Rights

Government supported church and 37 denominations launch anti-Trump campaign

Church World Service has 241 paid staff.  Head honcho, the Rev John McCullough, CWS’s CEO, makes a shamefully high annual salary of $316,714!

$50 million from the US Treasury in one year… 43 more words