Posts tagged refugees
Stateless in Europe: A Boy's Fight for the Right to Stay

Nine-year old Nemr Salim made headlines protesting his potential expulsion from the Netherlands. What really helped him remain in the Netherlands?

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Europe's New Borders

Europe’s New Borders offers a sense of the scale of the dehumanized border crisis that has been unfolding in Europe over the last two years.

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Penning Words from Exile

Turkish journalist Abdullah Bozkurt used to cover the refugee influx to Europe at his newspaper. He never imagined that Erdogan’s war on the press would would soon force him to become one such refugee.

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Black and European. A Better State of Affairs than Black Americans?

Over the course of centuries, black American identity has become fiercely present. But what of black European identity? Do black Europeans exist in a better social and political landscape than their American counterparts?

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Give Us The Museum Video

Under the moniker ‘Give us the Museum’, a group of artists and creatives who recently came to The Netherlands lived and worked in the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam for a month, joined by the novelist Arnon Grunberg, to explore what the museum means to them.

What do they think of European culture and identity?

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Meet the Artist: Saed Fanari

Under the moniker ‘Give us the Museum’, a group of artists and creatives who recently came to The Netherlands lived and worked in the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam for a month, joined by the novelist Arnon Grunberg, to explore what the museum means to them.

What do they think of European culture and identity?

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