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migration

The Bulgarian nomads: what happens to Bulgarian workers in Europe?
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More and more Bulgarians live abroad and even more would jump at the chance were it to be offered to them. What is the reality of their time abroad and what is it that they wish to achieve: do the majority go intending to come home or do they expect it to be a one way trip?
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Between reason and religion
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The well known Islamic Philosopher Tariq Ramadan discusses the integration of Muslims within Western societies and the ramification of the Arab Spring. How will it change the relationship between the West and the Middle East and what does it mean for European Muslims?
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Refugees and Europe: kinepolitics – politics of movement
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About the recording: Migration constitutes one of humanity’s most basic instincts – the urge to go in search of new horizons. If we use the term crisis, it is appropriate to speak about the crisis of fundamental European values and the regression of the European vision in regard to the continents approach to dealing with refugees. It is inclusivity that…

Freedom of movement: shifting the paradigm – from crisis to opportunity
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Freedom of movement is a Red House Festival of Ideas on Europe discussion which features a lecture by Kilian Kleinschmidt with new perspectives on the so-called migrant crisis’ political aspects. Find out more by watching the video highlights on tttdebates.org!
War or utopia
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On the 13th February, CCCB hosted Srećko Horvat for a discussion about Europe’s potential futures. This event formed part of the Old Europe, New Utopias series of discussions, which you can find out more about below. Discussion / Speakers / Recording / Series About the discussion: Europe is on the verge of a tectonic shift. Where does it go from here?…

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