Migrant
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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of the Italian Migrant Reception System

This article was written by TORTUGA: a student led think-tank of Economics students from Bocconi and LSE University. Its current members are Andrea Cerrato, Francesco Chiocchio, Marco Felici, Francesco Filippucci, Giulia Gitti, Alessandro Greco,Cecilia Mariotti, Alberto Mola, Marco Palladino, Benedetta Pavesi, Isabella Rossi, Matteo Sartori, Giulia Travaglini, Francesca Viotti, Alessandro Zhou e Alessandro Zona. Here …

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immigration
EconomicsFront Page

A burden or an asset? The economic impact of immigration in Italy

This article was written by TORTUGA: a student led think-tank of Economics students from Bocconi and LSE University. Its current members are Andrea Cerrato, Francesco Chiocchio, Marco Felici, Francesco Filippucci, Giulia Gitti, Alessandro Greco,Cecilia Mariotti, Alberto Mola, Marco Palladino, Benedetta Pavesi, Isabella Rossi, Matteo Sartori, Giulia Travaglini, Francesca Viotti, Alessandro Zhou e Alessandro Zona. …

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asylum
Front PageSpecial Edition: European Migrant CrisisWorld

The Journey of an Asylum Seeker in Italy.

Giovanni Papotti is an Italian Law student from the University of Turin (Italy) with a passion for  international law and human rights. He has been working on migration law for more than two years, both in academia and on the ground. Giovanni is currently working with  the Refugee Law Clinic in Torino, where …

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Lesvos
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Diary of a Volunteer in Lesvos.

Gaia Giletta is an Italian 25-year-old graduate student in Paediatric Nursing. She started doing her first volunteering experiences in high school and these eventually transformed into medical missions with the evolution of her professional formation. She went to Kenya 7 times, collaborating directly with an orphanage and with their heart …

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Climate
EnvironmentFront PageLondonPoliticsSpotlightsWorld

Climate Change? Yes, We Care!

On November 29th hundreds of thousands of people joined “The People’s Climate March” in cities across the world to call for decisive action against global warming at the upcoming COP21 conference in Paris. More than 600,000 people have taken to the streets in 175 countries around the world to call for …

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Mali
Front PagePoliticsWorld

Mali Hotel Attacks: What we know so far?

On the morning of 20th of November, between 7:00am and 7:30 am, two islamist gunmen entered into the Radisson Blue Hotel in Bamako, one of the most luxurious hotels in Mali capital. Some reports suggest they were driving a vehicle with diplomatic plates, which would suggest they got in without …

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Ukrainian
Front PagePoliticsThe Italian PostUkraine Focus: The chronicle of a silent warWorld

80 years ago everybody in Donbas spoke Ukrainian

By NATALIJA MINJAJLO for Retrò Online Magazine – Translated by OLGA MAGALETSKA. Natalija Minjajlo (Cherkassy, 1988), has a master’s degree (2009-2011) in History and a PhD in World History from the “Taras Shevchenko” National University in Kiev. She has been working as a journalist for the “Gazeta” since 2014.  I have spoken to Oleksandr …

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war
Front PagePoliticsThe International PostUkraine Focus: The chronicle of a silent warWorld

Orphans of War in Eastern Ukraine

By Aleksandr Mykhaylenko translated by OLGA MAGALETSKAWatch movie online The Transporter Refueled (2015) Aleksandr Mykhajlenko (Donetsk, 1978), achieved a Master’s degree (1999-2005) in Russian philology  from the National University of Donetsk. Since 2015 he works as a journalist for the “Gazeta” in Kiev.  Ukraine’s children of war Donetsk, August 2015. I am …

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recovery
EconomicsFront PageWorld

How Stable is the American Recovery Process?

The state of the current American Recovery seems to show that Obama’s presidency was not a failure, contrarily to what the results of the recent mid-term elections suggested. The Democratic party used Thanksgiving Day to newly highlight  president Obama’s successes and they did so by presenting on their website the so-called Official 2014 …

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israel
PoliticsSpotlightsThe International PostWorld

Elections in Israel: Netanyahu and The Years to Come

Before the Elections: the False Winds of Change As the various runner ups for the Israel elections raced to the top, the spirit of the people of Israel  seemed to be one determined on change. And yet, despite the optimist nature of this widespread claim, it should have been clear that …

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