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Coran et Féminisme by Sonia (4 replies) 20  2  2008 20:21:06
Le féminisme islamique s’est donné comme double tâche, d’une part, d’exposer et d’éradiquer les idées et les pratiques patriarcales présentées comme islamiques «...
replyimmigration in Europe
author: Anna
date: 18  1  2008 18:04:10
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I would like to hve your opinion on immigrants in Europe. I'm studing in France and I see that the main problem is the social and spatial immobility which exists in the immigrant areas. The youths involved in the riots, who are mainly of North African origin, are living in the same conditions as their parents who immigrated to France 50 years ago. They haven’t had the chance to recreate their identity, unlike in Germany and the UK where second and third generation immigrants define their identity along national or religious lines. What are your experience in other countries?
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immigration and education by Arend 21  2  2008 23:39:07
The daughters and sons of Turks in Germany, North Africans in France and Pakistanis in Britain are more likely to do worse in school, drop out and end up jobless than...
In Berlin by Katrin 29  2  2008 17:18:58
Brunnenplatz is in the heart of Wedding, a poor neighborhood that used to mark one stretch of the heavily fortified border with East Berlin. That wall is gone. But with...
crimes by Mik 22  4  2008 20:04:15
As a "man of Europe" I resent the invasion of Muslims in my homeland. Germany opened her arms to those who needed our help only to be paid in return with high crime,...
germany by paul morris 23  9  2008 12:41:36
Take a look at racist attacks in Germany, where there have been immigrants for decades – most notably Turks and Greeks who were taken in as guest workers from the 1960s...
education is kee by paula 29  2  2008 17:22:42
It is clear that the daughters and sons of Turks in Germany, North Africans in France and Pakistanis in Britain are more likely to do worse in school, drop out and end...
education 2 by andreas 29  2  2008 17:23:58
the precondition for turning Europe's uneasy side-by-side with immigrants into a successful multicultural society is to build an education system that actively fights...
participation by Anika  3  2008 2:24:54
I was in the Netherlands. Polish and Turkish communities are currently top of the league for starting small businesses. And Moroccan-Dutch artists are playing an...
cultral identity by Ruth 29  2  2008 17:29:33
immigrant children today speak poorer German and have less contact with German culture than when she started teaching 20 years ago. Many Muslim students go to Koran...
in Finland by Peer 29  2  2008 17:55:26
In Finland there is the most advanced edcational system in europe. The objective of immigrant education is to provide people moving to Finland with opportunities to...
Eu migration policy by joost  3  2008 17:48:00
The European migration policy, so far based only on restrictive measures, should adopt a more sophisticated approach aiming at the social and economic development of the...
Czech Republic by Jana 16  3  2008 10:25:02
Two key concerns provided the impetus to design the first active immigration policy in the Czech Republic – demographic and economic concerns. First, the ageing...
Tabou by Paolo 20  4  2008 19:49:16
C’est franchement triste voir une fois en plus que l’Italie n’est pas encore en mesure d’aborder le sujet et la réalité de l’immigration, soit au niveau de la population...
European economies are far from fully employed economies by yves 25  4  2008 12:04:36
European economies are far from fully employed economies. The degree of labour under-utilisation is clearly greater than that indicated by unemployment rates. For...
immigration crisis by Sarah Pillar  5  2008 12:10:35
Europe’s working-age population is aging and falling in numbers, and the continent needs workers to do jobs that Europeans either will not or cannot do. Meanwhile, half...
denounce European governments by Jean-Marc Labie 12  5  2008 12:12:19
We should denounce European governments’ attempts at selective immigration – welcoming only the most educated or talented – and assert that the only way to stem the tide...
illusory “Fortress Europe” by Pat Seba 13  5  2008 12:15:02
A consensus exists within the European Union that there should be no such thing as “zero immigration,” that Europe needs to define rules for a controlled, demand-led...
In France by Patrick 23  3  2008 12:21:55
Reforms have recently been introduced in the UK, Germany and France – by far the three main destinations of immigrants – as well as Denmark, the Netherlands, Austria and...
European policy by Uwe 23  5  2008 12:23:48
Every European leader agrees that “any solution lies first through development” in Africa and must include massive aid. But chasing and deporting illegals, making...
the regions with the highest percentage of foreign-born resi by Gilles D. 22  4  2008 12:27:43
A combination of three factors helps stoke anti-immigrant feelings: first, the total number of immigrants; second, the pace at which they come; and third, a sense of...
the transformation has been profound and sudden by Jacop 24  3  2008 12:32:26
For many of the new destination countries in Europe, the transformation has been profound and sudden. Take Greece, for example: Until 20 years ago, the country was one...
extreme right is experiencing its own small renaissance by valentin 29  4  2008 12:34:47
The results of immigration in Eastern Europe is raise of extreme right parties. In parts of Eastern Europe, the extreme right is experiencing its own small renaissance....
multiculturalism by Per (16 replies)  7  2007 19:50:16
It's now time to take a stand against the description of multiculturalism as something that confines people to clearly defined and petrified communities. The...
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