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 Should minority groups make greater efforts to integrate into the mainstream population?domi.sowade

Nowadays you can find many segregated groups, mainly in power countries. In the following comment I will discuss weather minority groups should make greater efforts to integrate into the mainstream population. On the one hand, if minority groups integrate into the mainstream population they will begin to understand their culture, language and daily life. Those groups can take courses to ... >>>
language: English, tags: Population immigration UK integration comment
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Needless to say, immmigration is a controversial topic all around the world. Nowadays with refugee crisis, Europe are living its worst issue. Neverthelees, everybody should know why people are moving to another place to live. To start with, people are fleeying from war, economical problems and hunger. It is a complicated situation to survive and every government and each individual ... >>>
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Today, the word immigration refers to foreigners entering a country for a temporary stay or to settle there. The word immigration derives from the Latin word migratio meaning “passage from one place into the other one”. From the country of departure perspective, it corresponds to emigration. In the case of border residents, cross-border migrations can occur daily. For the migrant, ... >>>
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Mexican immigrationLauraM

In the skin of an Mexican immigrant Currently, Mexico counts a little more than 100 million inhabitants but 40% of the Mexican population live under the poverty line. Indeed, in spite of a recent fall of immigration, this one remains high all the same: 500 000 latinos-american comes from to cross the American border each year. In order to understand ... >>>
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Move to live and work in the Caribbeancaribelawyers

During the last couple of years the Dominican Republic became a home for higher quantity of foreign investors or whole families moving here from abroad. It is a fact not surprising at all - steady, beautiful tropical climate all the year, friendly local people and literally unlimited business possibilities. The Dominican Republic has one of the most stable economies in ... >>>
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