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Strange World We Live in

– Franklin D. Roosevelt, President of the United States of America (1933-1945) Immigration is part of history. This process has been ongoing during the whole journey of man-kind. The reasons for these people to immigrate include both positive and negative factors, such as immigrating in order to reunite with their families or even due to negative aspects such as the hope of having a better quality of life due to the miserable conditions that they live in. But the current

Refugees Are Welcome – or Aren’t They?

In cozy atmosphere at the Ruhr Universität Bochum the difficult refugee topic is discussed. If there was this one solution, we had already chosen it. One lonely guy is sitting on a chair at a little stage. At first he speaks tentatively. Nobody else is talking at the KulturCafé of the Ruhr-University Bochum. Everyone wants to hear what he has to say. Because this is a difficult subject. Not only for Germany, but for all countries that are involved. When

Raise Your Voice

The international study group with the project managers René Alexander Kaiser (l.) und Laura Schlensak (r.) aims for a common European vision. Ever since early 2015, the world has continuously heard the term „refugee crisis” – in the beginning, as a new subject on the news – now, everyday as a reality. The amplitude that this crisis has taken has been felt all around the globe with echoes vibrating from each corner of the earth. This new reality we have

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