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  • Mother Tongue Tutors

    25 Nov, 2014

    Mother Tongue Tutors

    In Reggio Emilia in 2012 the foreign inhabitants were 28.856, that is the 17% of the whole town’s population. There was an increase of 1% in one year, due principally to the births of 560 children with foreign origins during […]

     
  • The youth of Ferguson and the gift of awareness

    25 Nov, 2014

    The youth of Ferguson and the gift of awareness

    Over seventy days after the shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown on August 9, 2014 by policeman Darren Wilson in Ferguson, Mo., no arrest warrant has been issued or indictment filed by the St. Louis country prosecutor’s office. Numerous witnesses on […]

     
  • DiverCity OnBoards: The European Project

    20 Sep, 2014

    DiverCity OnBoards: The European Project

    The number of non-EU migrants in EU major cities is steadily increasing due to globalisation, labour demands and demographic changes. Despite this growing diversity in urban populations, the social mobility and representation of migrants in public & private decision-making bodies […]

     
  • African diaspora in Italy: a view from United States

    19 Sep, 2014

    African diaspora in Italy: a view from United States

    From January through July 2014, we conducted research on the lives of sub-Saharan Africans in Reggio Emilia. Our work was greatly facilitated by Mondinsieme, an organization that clearly works to help Italy in its transition from a country of emigration […]

     
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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