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Deputy Jeremy Maçon 8 Dec 17
Migration Policy Jersey 2017 My initial Comments regarding the Council of Ministers Migration policy which can be read here :- Please feel free to give me your constructive thoughts.
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Migration Evidence Oct 5
International students contributed £25.8 billion in spending to UK economy from 2014-15. 's report: 70% of international students came from NON-EU countries in 2017, China largest source. Tighter student visas ≠ support our economy.
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Belgrade Forum 11 Oct 17
.: Nothing is being done for the creation of ways for
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Stefan Pauly Nov 29
James P. Pinkerton writes that Hillary Clinton by no means stands alone in her criticism of among moderate . "It’s also worth noting that other leaders on the moderate left have also endorsed tougher border restrictions"
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CEC European Managers Apr 17
The shows that EU citizens are not well informed on , overestimate numbers of migrants and are comfortable with having a manager with a migration background: Also read our article on EU :
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Elisabeth Schmidt-Hieber Apr 3
€180 million for : how will this be monitored? After previous millions spent I wondered where the money went seeing all the people wearing only flip flops when it was 7 degrees, many children in tents...
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Timothy Karera Jul 25
What exactly is the point of the border? - If democracy is this important, those who value it may have some obligation to use to help people live under democratic rules.
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Dr Jenny Allsopp Apr 17
Oh & for those UK citizens who think the current scandal, & doesn’t affect them. Remember 1/2 of UK women have lost their right to under new rules which say you must earn £18,600 to live here with a foreigner you ❤️
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Jessica E Gerken Nov 29
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Melodena Jun 25
What are words associated with people who cross borders?
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Policy Center for the New South Mar 22
Take a look at our latest , which includes 3 blogs: on the Moroccan , Cuban and the Europe's response to the steel and aluminium tariffs. PB related to the & a podcast on our new report
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Ramya Manoharan May 2
People may have a twisted idea of who is actually a migrant, and what they bring to the table. Perceptions matter. They can affect general attitudes towards migration policy and shift elections, writes this guy. And, he’s got some interesting stats.
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Laura Agustín Sep 18
Of course: the state with nearly nil social mobility that values upper- and middle-class folks most proposes to stay with dysfunctional : Those getting smuggled in *know* there are non-prestigious jobs awaiting and will continue to arrive .
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Denise Venturi 22 Sep 17
Spirit of optimism in Brussels should be capitalised towards more rationale . Great OpEd by SG
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Migration Evidence Oct 9
Creative industries contributed £7.9bn in 2016 to UK economy, but filming companies, like many industries here, depend heavily on EU talent. projects visa applications and legal costs after Brexit will hinder industry.
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arina muresan Nov 12
According to the Global Compact for safe, orderly and regular migration, a successful is based on 4Cs 1)Coherence 2)Consistency 3)Cooperation 4)Coordination
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Sirajul Islam Jun 18
The upshot of the - on in 3Germany is the of 's almost 13 years in office. However, even if her doesn't agree to any on , her may [or may not] fall apart
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Georgios Plevris Sep 26
Currently, is very vividly going after foreign, and domestic to some extent, policy at the meeting, calling out Trump's policy on , , , , , .
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Madiha Raza Sep 3
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DIE_GDI Oct 18
How does the agenda affect the promotion of ? How can the keep norms and values on the agenda? Workshop at moderated by 's Christine Hackenesch.
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