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  • Have you ever heard of xenophobia? Do you think that it is a phenomenon of our days, or that it is always existed? And you are afraid of the other?
    Nov 28
    Well, I believe that Xenophobia,it has been a phenomenon that always existed, and it still exists, but mostly existed on the past, where people didnt know much about other cultures. Personally I dont judge people based on their home-country,their appearence or their religion. Every human has the right to be respected and live his life safely and peacefullyWell, I believe that Xenophobia,it has been a phenomenon that always existed, and it still exists, but mostly existed on the past, where people didnt know much about other cultures. Personally I dont ...See more
    Dec 8
    I personally believe that Xenophobia is a phenomenon that existed in the past but we see it today. I think everybody can understand the reason why. Migration is the main reason. Different colours, religions, habits. People is afraid of different and react with XenophobiaI personally believe that Xenophobia is a phenomenon that existed in the past but we see it today. I think everybody can understand the reason why. Migration is the main reason. Different colours, rel...See more
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  • In which of the other countries participating in our project would you like to go? And why?
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    Nov 30
    I would like to go Italy because Im very interested with Italy's history and culture and because some of my friends and classmates have visited Italy and they loved it!
    Dec 8
    I would love to go to France so as to see the fantastic sights and meet French people. I want to hear their language, taste their traditional dishes and have fun!
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  • The UNHCR is the main organization in the world committed to saving lives and protecting people at risk such as refugees. Working in 127 Countries and manages more than 60 million people. If you worked for the UNHCR what would you do first?
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    Eleni Kazou and Eirini Thoma like this
    Nov 30
    Working for UNHCR is something that demands great responsibility.So, if I worked for UNHCR I would help in education, because education is a basic human right. Also education enlightens refugees, enabling them to acquire the proper knowledge and skills to live productive, fulfilling and independent lives, learn about themselves and the world around them, while striving to rebuild their lives and communities.Working for UNHCR is something that demands great responsibility.So, if I worked for UNHCR I would help in education, because education is a basic human right. Also education enlightens refugees, enab...See more
    Dec 8
    If I had the chance to work for UNHCR I would help abused children who are forced to work under difficult circumstances in undeveloped continents such as Africa
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  • A fundamental text for the immigration law, in addition to the regulation, Dublin III, is the Convention Relating to the status of refugees of the United Nations, also called the Geneva Convention, signed in 1951. This convention provides in article 1 a definition of a refugee. Before you go on reading this article try to give a definition of a refugee and write it down in the comments. Then we will make a comparison together with the definition given by the convention. (We need at least one definition for each class participant, so if you want to, work in groups and write down the definition that you have thought of before! :) ) A fundamental text for the immigration law, in addition to the regulation, Dublin III, is the Convention Relating to the status of refugees of the United Nations, also called the Geneva Convention, signed in 1951. This convention provides in article 1 a definition of a refugee. Before you go on read...See more
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    Nov 27
    Refugee is someone that left his home-country and crossed national boundaries,because in the most cases he was forced to, due to a war, religius or political conflicts. He seeks for a new place to live with his family and he cant return to his home safelyRefugee is someone that left his home-country and crossed national boundaries,because in the most cases he was forced to, due to a war, religius or political conflicts. He seeks for a new place to liv...See more
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  • Hello everyone! :) this week will be held the second period of blogging. Thanks for the replies that you have given us so far :)
    We begin to enter more into the merits of the story you were writing... I give You a preview: in the second chapter Kalidou will be forced to move illegally from Italy to Portugal. One of the fundamental texts on the subject of immigration at the european level the Dublin regulation III. You know it already? If you do not know, do a little research (you'll also need to write the next chapters!) and answer this question: when a person from a third state arrives in Europe, what is the state that should receive it, according to the convention?
    Hello everyone! :) this week will be held the second period of blogging. Thanks for the replies that you have given us so far :)
    We begin to enter more into the merits of the story you were writing... I give You a preview: in the second chapter Kalidou will be forced to move illegally from Ita...See more
    Nov 26
    The Dublin Regulation aims to "determine rapidly the Member State responsible [for an asylum claim]" and provides for the transfer of an asylum seeker to that Member State. Usually, the responsible Member State will be the state through which the asylum seeker first entered the EU.The Dublin Regulation aims to "determine rapidly the Member State responsible [for an asylum claim]" and provides for the transfer of an asylum seeker to that Member State. Usually, the resp...See more
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  • Maria Hatziioannidou and Eirini Thoma are now friends
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