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How can entrepreneurship tackle the migration crisis in the EU?

Exclusively written for the Sting by Mr João Malhadeiro, a young entrepreneur affiliated to the European Confederation of Junior Entreprises (JADE). The opinions expressed within reflect only the writer’s views and not The European Sting’s position on the issue. 632 more words

Policy

Attend: Global Careers Fair 2016 | Diplomacy Opportunities

The Global Careers Fair is the largest international public sector-focused online recruitment events and job board of its kind. Based on the premise of a physical career fair, the virtual event brings candidates together with recruiters and HR professionals from top organisations around the world. 151 more words

Refugees from all 50 states in DC today lobbying for more $$$ and more refugees

We have told you about the ‘Refugee Congress’ in past years (here the 2014 lobby campaign was run by the Lutherans).  This is the time in September when the refugee contractors help to bring in refugees from all over the country to lobby Congress.  323 more words

Refugee Resettlement Program

Bono Advocates for Internally Displaced of Nigeria

Bono recently visited a camp of 2.3 million displaced people in the northeastern part of Nigeria, an area that has been severely affected by the insurgency of Boko Haram. 305 more words

Activism

Did you know?

Since the United Nations met last week to talk about the refugee and migration situation, I thought I’d share some updates with you.

In the policy and politic world… 387 more words

EU Refugee And Migration Crisis

As UN Fetes Rouhani, Iranian Resistance Vows to Keep Fighting

By David A. Patten

posted on NEWSMAX.COM  Saturday, 24 Sep 2016

Iranian President Hasan Rouhani — who former U.S. Sen. Joseph Lieberman says should be treated as “an international pariah” because his country “has more blood on its hands” than North Korea – has been warmly received by some members of the United Nations this week. 1,890 more words

Iran

Seeking Refuge: Nurgul and Baba

My plan was to cross into India at Wagah that unfortunate Punjabi village designated by the British in 1947 as the frontier between India and Pakistan. 1,347 more words