Tag: immigration

The Millennial Travel Craze: The ethics of travelling to states with a human rights record

With an increasing amount of flights connecting the world and young Europeans travelling more ...

It’s not me, it’s you: Declining immigration in post-Brexit Britain

Feeling rejected is no fun – especially when it’s by a whole country. E&M’s Nicoletta ...

Europe’s Race Crisis: Why the Immigration Debate is All About Race

E&M’s Nicoletta Enria investigates: can we talk about immigration without talking about racism? When ...

The distressing reality of precarious employment

  Photo: Bernard Spragg. NZ(flickr); Licence: CC0 1.0 In November 2016, a report by ...

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Crossed wires: European figures respond to misinformation

E&M‘s resident political sketch writer Will Clark imagines how the populist Right might react ...

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A Recipe for Disaster?

E&M‘s Frances Jackson cooks up a storm in the kitchen as she takes a ...

Understanding Pegida: the rise of the right

Anti-establishment parties are forming all over Europe, from the Italian Movimento Cinque Stelle to ...

The Edge of Heaven: Twenty-first Century Identity

With every immigrant, wherever in the world, there is a long back-story. In fact, ...

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