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What solutions for “invisible children” in Africa?

Translated by Margot Daniele, proofread by Marie Peltomaki “166 million children under-five years of age have never been officially declared globally”, warned UNICEF in 2019. Even if the number of registered births has gone up by 20% in 10 years, it remains particularly low in Africa. Ethiopia only has 3% of its registered births, Zambia […]

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Swedish migration policy

Translated by Margot Daniele, proofread by Célia Courteix Like every European country, Sweden has been subjected to migration waves. Sweden has seen people entering and leaving for more than a century. In recent years, it has become one of the countries with the most immigration, welcoming many thousands of migrants and refugees each year. In […]

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New strain of COVID-19: the virus is spreading

Translated by Margot Daniele, proofread by Célia Courteix In numerous European countries, contamination cases by the new coronavirus strain, identified in the United Kingdom, were detected. However, following the discovery of this new strain, many European countries had decided to temporarily suspend trips coming from the United Kingdom. A new variant and questions The British […]

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In Time: how our lives have sped up?

Translated by Marine El Hajji “I don’t have time!” This sentence has been uttered more than a billion times already, between the time that we spend at work, shopping, on public transport, at home…, we are always running out of time. Or is it just how it feels to us? Our increasingly accelerated lifestyles make […]

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Sameblod. Crédits : Sophia Olsson NORDISK FILMS

The Sami, Europe’s indigenous people in the search of their identity

Translated by Marie Peltomaki, proofread by Natacha Perrin The Sami people have lived in northern Europe for thousands of years, yet their history is often overlooked. The Swedish film director and screenwriter Amanda Kernell is giving back its voice to the Sami people by diving into their history in her film Sami blood (Sameblod), that […]

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Code Pink : Antiwar militancy on a pink background

Translated by Nariné Igityan, proofread by Charlotte Borne They have a singular style: they are committed and ready to be detained for defending their ideas. We met the ladies of the American organization Code Pink. The organization was born in 2002, in reaction to the American foreign policies, which triggered the Second Golf War. Code […]

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Criminology: nascent science of crimes and criminals

Translated by Natacha Perrin, proofread by Niki SO and Guéric Cardet Delinquency is a dominating concern in modern societies. Government policies face it with more or less assertiveness. Criminology is a discipline relatively new that might enlighten decision-makers in the political and professional spheres about facing issues such as delinquency and criminality. According to sociologist […]

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The promises and pitfalls of the 2030 agenda for the EU and European federalism

First published on the by The New Federalist, partner media of Le Journal International Few people remember the historical event that took place on Friday, 25th September 2015, perhaps because it failed to receive the media attention it deserved. Yet, all around the world, the outcomes of this event continue to be felt today, playing […]

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Algeria: a fish farming pilot project in a Sahrawi refugee camp

Translated by Gueric Cardet, proofread by Lauren Valentine On February 27th, in the Tindouf region of southwest Algeria, the N’Khaila pilot fish-farming project was inaugurated in a Sahrawi refugee camp. It was run by the Triangle Génération Humanitaire association. Refugees from Western Sahara have been living in camps in southwest Algeria, near Tindouf, since 1975. […]

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