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Grandpa's Book By Frank Beck
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This book was written for my Grandchildren, but may be of general interest. It describes the experiences of a child refugee and his education and subsequent integration in society as a husband and... More > father with a career.< Less
Migration Letters - Vol 12 No 3 - September 2015 By Migration Letters
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SPECIAL ISSUE on SYRIAN CRISIS AND MIGRATION Edited by Yazgan, Utku, Sirkeci - Syrian Crisis and Migration | The international migration and foreign policy nexus: the case of Syrian refugee crisis by... More > Aras, Mencütek | Deconstructing Turkey’s “Open Door” Policy towards Refugees from Syria by Koca | Educational Assessment of Syrian Refugees in Turkey by Bircan, Sunata | Perceptions and newspaper coverage of Syrian refugees in Turkey by Yaylacı, Karakuş | Vulnerability leading to mobility: Syrians’ exodus from Turkey by Öner, Genç | A Socio-economic Perspective on the Urbanisation of Zaatari Camp in Jordan by Dalal | A Missing Element in Migration Theories by Douglas S. Massey | Dissatisfied, feeling unequal and inclined to emigrate: Perceptions from Macedonia in a MIMIC model by Petreski, Petreski | Comparing Turkish to Romanian migrants by Pötzschke | Reform and the HuKou System in China by Cui, Cohen | Measuring impact and the most influential works in Migration Studies by Sirkeci, Cohen< Less
Îles Flottantes and the Family Machine. Longing for HomeS - Exploration 7 By Sieglinde DLABAL
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This is an artistic exploration of how a war destroys family structures. 'Family Machines' turn into 'Floating Islands', drifting across the world. We also learn why the 2nd and 3rd generation can... More > still be marred by a war long past. An easy to understand description of refugees' experiences.< Less
A Hundred Thousand Welcomes By Tiffy Allen
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This book tells the story of City of Sanctuary from 2005 to 2019, through a tapestry of personal stories by refugees and their friends – stories of welcome and sanctuary in cities and... More > countryside, schools and universities, churches and mosques, homes and gardens, trades unions, libraries, sports clubs, theatres and more, across the UK and Ireland.< Less
My Heart Loves in My Language By Tom Cheesman et al.
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Stories and poems from Swansea all about language: translating, interpreting, learning, losing, sharing and re-inventing language. Includes: poems by members of the Swansea Women's Asylum and Refugee... More > Group (most created in workshops led by Jeni Williams), and stories about personal experiences, recorded by Filiz Celik and Tom Cheesman as part of a project on language and interpreting among asylum-seekers and refugees. Plus contributions by many others. The research project was funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council, through the Cross-Language Dynamics consortium of the Open World Research Initiative, and based in Swansea University's Department of Modern Languages.< Less
The New Europeans By European Liberal Forum
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The aim of this publication is to look beyond the so-called refugee crisis, and rather focus on the next phase of the migration equation: how to make the people that have come here, these new... More > Europeans, adjust to and feel at home in our countries and make them integrate in our societies. These essays and articles present good practices and liberal ideas for how to take on this challenge, and we hope that it will be useful for decision-makers across our continent.< Less
My Paperback Book By Augustin Nsabimana
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Surrounded by the luscious, peaceful landscape of rural Rwanda, Augustin's family lived a comfortable life. At seven years old, Augustin's life and those around him shockingly changed in an instant.... More > Fleeing by foot, head cringed under the weight of belongings, constantly trying to move to a safer destination, an inconceivable distance was traveled across the span of three countries. War followed Augustin and all that he knew far beyond the 100 days known as the Rwandan Genocide. Augustin was one among many searching for a way through the jungles of the Zaire. He lived in multiple refugee camps along the way. Lines of innocent mothers, children, husbands, and neighbors who were hard working generous people suffered tortuously for years. The raw honesty Augustin relives shares what he saw all around him. The miserable reality Augustin was immersed in, struggling for survival, didn't cease until he came to an unexpected destination.< Less
Thank You God, for Leading Me Home: My Journey from Königsberg to America before, during, and after World War II By Charlotte Werth & Tatum Jennings
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Charlotte Werth was born Dec. 21, 1927, in Königsberg, Germany, in what was then known as East Prussia. In this memoir, she recalls the happy times of her childhood before the Nazis took... More > charge. At ten years old, her childhood of happy memories was about to come to an abrupt end. When the Russians seized Königsberg, she was held captive within her own city. While most ethnic Germans remaining in Königsberg died, she survived and was able to leave two years later as a refugee. Without her parents, she would have never survived what her father called “hell on earth.” When she left Germany for the United States of America, he was the one who told her to make sure to tell the world her story. Despite all that she’s suffered through, her zest for life comes across in full force in this tale that reveals remarkable lessons about history, perseverance, love, and forgiveness. Join her as she shares her life story in Thank You God, for Leading Me Home.< Less
Thank You God, for Leading Me Home: My Journey from Königsberg to America before, during, and after World War II By Charlotte Werth & Tatum Jennings
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Charlotte Werth was born Dec. 21, 1927, in Königsberg, Germany, in what was then known as East Prussia. In this memoir, she recalls the happy times of her childhood before the Nazis took... More > charge. At ten years old, her childhood of happy memories was about to come to an abrupt end. When the Russians seized Königsberg, she was held captive within her own city. While most ethnic Germans remaining in Königsberg died, she survived and was able to leave two years later as a refugee. Without her parents, she would have never survived what her father called “hell on earth.” When she left Germany for the United States of America, he was the one who told her to make sure to tell the world her story. Despite all that she’s suffered through, her zest for life comes across in full force in this tale that reveals remarkable lessons about history, perseverance, love, and forgiveness. Join her as she shares her life story in Thank You God, for Leading Me Home.< Less
Thank You God, for Leading Me Home: My Journey from Königsberg to America Before, During, and After World War II By Charlotte Werth & Tatum Jennings
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Charlotte Werth was born Dec. 21, 1927, in Königsberg, Germany, in what was then known as East Prussia. In this memoir, she recalls the happy times of her childhood before the Nazis took... More > charge. At ten years old, her childhood of happy memories was about to come to an abrupt end. When the Russians seized Königsberg, she was held captive within her own city. While most ethnic Germans remaining in Königsberg died, she survived and was able to leave two years later as a refugee. Without her parents, she would have never survived what her father called “hell on earth.” When she left Germany for the United States of America, he was the one who told her to make sure to tell the world her story. Despite all that she’s suffered through, her zest for life comes across in full force in this tale that reveals remarkable lessons about history, perseverance, love, and forgiveness. Join her as she shares her life story in Thank You God, for Leading Me Home.< Less

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