Tag Archives: Eurozone Crises

Golden Dawn: Breeding Racism Through Charity

“How Hate Groups Are Using Charity to Breed Racism Amid the Eurozone Crises,” by Feargus O’Sullivan for the Atlantic Cities: With so many Athenians going through tough times, the recent decision of the mayor of Athens to ban some free … Continue reading

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A People’s Manifesto

The European Union’s (EU) ambitious goal to build a unified bloc in order to foster economic growth and improve the socioeconomic lives of individuals from Paris to Athens was received as an admirable idea and, indeed, the region witnessed enticing … Continue reading

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Italy’s Migrant Detention Centres

“Italy’s Migrant Detention Centers Are Cruel, Rights Groups Say,” by Elisabetta Povoledo for the New York Times: The Identification and Expulsion Center, a detention complex on the outskirts of Rome where illegal immigrants can be held for months before deportation, … Continue reading

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Austerity, Immigration, and the Far Right

“Anger at austerity, immigration feeds far right’s rise in Europe,” by Laura Smith-Spark, for CNN: Two European elections, in France and Greece, have thrust the radical fringe into the spotlight. In Greece, voters disillusioned by a brutal austerity program pushed … Continue reading

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