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· October, 2011

Stories about Migration & Immigration from October, 2011

Myanmar Netizens to BBC: Apologize Now

Some Myanmar netizens are asking BBC to apologize for publishing an ‘inaccurate' map of Myanmar's ethnic groups. BBC has already updated the map but netizens still want a formal apology

France: New Visa Restrictions for Foreign University Graduates

France has taken a legal step which makes it more difficult for foreign students who have graduated from French universities to work on French territory and thus change their student...

“Law Without Borders” Between Brazil, Angola and Portugal

Thailand: Burmese Workers Arrested Outside Flood Zones

Haiti: Enough of Occupation

Cuba: Immigration Policy

Central America: The Dangerous Journey of Female Migrants

Paraguay: Digital Magazine Focuses on Young Migrants

Zimbabwe: Deportations of Zimbabweans a Political Move

“Mwana washe muranda kumwe” is an old Zimbabwean saying which means that when one is a foreigners they are a nobody in the eyes of the host country and this...

Trinidad & Tobago: The Question of Race

Mexico: Photo Essay on Migration in Oaxaca

USA: Documenting Alabama's Immigration Law

Cuba: New Independent News Agency

Jamaica, U.S.A.: #OccupyTogether Going Global

Azerbaijan: Beautiful, Sophisticated, Democratic, and Tolerant… Just Scary Azeri

Cuba: Outpouring of Support for Las Damas’ Leader

Over the weekend, the leader of Cuba's Las Damas de Blanco (The Ladies in White), Laura Pollan, fell ill. Bloggers, both on the island and throughout the diaspora, reached out...

Cuba: Fonseca & Husband Released

Jamaica: Hiding “Behind Blackness”

Curacao: Inadequate Narrative on Slavery

Cameroon: Questions and Doubts Over Upcoming Election

On October 9, Cameroonians will be called on for the sixth time in the country's history to choose a president for the Republic. The election is characterized by the large...

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