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Today is International Migrant Day: What’s being done?

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Weather Creates More Hurdles for Refugees

“Grueling Weather and Confusion Add to Migrants’ Woes,” by Palko Karasz and Dan Bilefsky for the New York Times: Rain, misery and more confusion marked the continuing trek of migrants from Syria and other Middle Eastern nations across Europe on … Continue reading

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European Migrants Moving Abroad

“They are coming,” by Charlemagne for the Economist: A new generation is on the move in Europe, migrating from the fringes of the continent in search of work. The Polish plumber ventured out when his country joined the European Union … Continue reading

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Golden Dawn Targets Immigrants

“As Golden Dawn Rises in Greece, Anti-Immigrant Violence Follows,” by Liz Alderman for the New York Times: A week after an extremist right-wing party gained an electoral foothold in Greece’s Parliament earlier this summer, 50 of its members riding motorbikes … Continue reading

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The Far Right in Europe and the Eurozone Crisis

Views on the Eurozone crises, immigration, and Islam are all topics that have bolstered the far-right parties’ movements and ideas throughout Europe. Last year, Geert Wilders, a well-known politician in the Netherlands who holds toxic and virulent views towards Islam, … Continue reading

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