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New connectedness of people on the move

New connectedness of people on the move

The emergence of communications technologies has made it possible for work migrants in Asia to take an active role in their family and community even while they are away. Simon Alexander Peth of the Trans|Re project met up with Thai […]

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Why we need more “Migration LABs”

Why we need more “Migration LABs”

Or: How to develop solutions for integration in digital times? Germany, and in particular Berlin, is currently a place where many practical approaches to integration come alive. This is a great opportunity to build a more open and inclusive society. In this vibrant environment, “Migration LABs” could provide a location for migrants/refugees and social innovators […]

  • Refugees in Europe: The Road to Integration

    Refugees in Europe: The Road to Integration

    What do we know about the refugees coming to Europe? How can we avoid a whole generation of Syrians losing out on an education? What are the pitfalls and windfalls for European labour markets and how will this change integration policies and societies on the ground? Expert practitioners and academics discussed these crucial questions during […]

  • Migration and social change in Germany

    Migration and social change in Germany

    Not long ago, Germany was a place where attacks on immigrants were a regular occurrence, meanwhile politicians denied the fact that the country had become a country of immigration. This has changed rapidly within the last 20 years; today there is political and societal consensus that Germany is and will be a country of and […]

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