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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

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

Syrians calling for help

Can you imagine what it is to feel scared in our own home? Do you know the feeling of wanting to escape from your own country in order to save your children’s life? It’s hard to imagine but it happens to thousands of Syrians refugees. Every single day many people escape from Syria searching for security. Many mothers and their children seek refugee in Europe. They pay to Turkish trafficants to bring them to Bulgarian borders. This costs them a

The Syrian Revolution and Italy’s contribution in conflict communication

In the spirit of european principles and the EU’s latter actions to take control over the Arab Spring, to support people’s rights and opinions and to stop governance’s abuse of power, the European Union should examine Italian private activities that violates various human rights in Syria in order to put an end to all those who try to foment totalitarian leadership in our time, especially in Syria. First of all, over the last year, more than 3.500 lives represented the