NTD Evening News—10/26/20211. Judge: Loudoun Teen Guilty in Rape Case2. Big Tech Execs Questioned Over Kids' Safety3. Sticking Points in Dems' $2T Spending Bill4. Manchin: IRS Reporting Proposal ‘Messed Up'5. Border Residents on Next Caravan of Migrants
Arrivato in Australia per amore, Orlando Scolese racconta di un'infanzia segnata da insulti a scuola, incontri furtivi e genitori che non hanno voluto guardare in faccia la sua omosessualità. Poi l'amore l'ha salvato, e ora Orlando ama anche la sua Napoli.
In this LGBTQ History Month episode of Solidarity Is This, guest host Anna Castro talks with Rose Berry, co-director of Black LGBTQIA+ Migrant Project, about abolitionism and centering Black queer and trans migrants.
پارسا مهدوی در سال ۲۰۰۸ و زمانی که حدود ۹ سال داشت به استرالیا مهاجرت کرد.او اکنون در کنار تحصیل در دانشگاه به عنوان مدرس (tutor) به دانش آموزان مدرسه آموزش می دهد.
تقدم هذه الحلقة من بودكاست لنحكِ عن المال معلومات عن أبرز التغيرات التي طرأت على قطاع السفر في أستراليا، والتي قد تساعدكم في أخذ قرار إجراء حجوزات تذاكر الطيران في الأسابيع القادمة.
Live—from the campus of Hillsdale College in beautiful Hillsdale Michigan— this is Scot Bertram in for Steve on the Steve Gruber Show for –Thursday October 21st 2021— —Here are 3 big things you need to know— Three— It looks like fewer students are going to school. New census data shows enrollment fell by almost three-million last year. That's the lowest level in more than two decades. The biggest drop was in preschool, with only 40-percent of three-to-four-year-olds enrolled. Two—The fireball in the sky visible in metro Detroit Wednesday morning was a satellite. The American Meteor Society had 81 reports of the lights from Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, and Ontario. A Harvard astrophysicist believes it was a Russian spy satellite that had a failed launch in September and had been orbiting Earth. And number one— U.S. authorities detained more than 1.7 million migrants along the Mexico border during the 2021 fiscal year that ended in September. Arrests by the Border Patrol soared to the highest levels ever recorded, according to unpublished U.S. Customs and Border Protection data obtained by The Washington Post.
First, Bashaarat Masood talks about how migrant labourers in the Kashmir valley are leaving after the series of recent attacks in the region.Next, Udit Misra explains the significance of the latest IMF report, what it reveals, and what it means for India (06:16).And in the end, Avaneesh Mishra tells us about the destruction that has been caused by the heavy rains in Uttarakhand (17:42).
In March 2021, the number of Bridging visa holders in Australia mounted to a historic high of over 350,000. But what are bridging visas, and what rights and conditions do they come with? - Երբ մէկը այցագրի մը (visa-ի մը) կը դիմէ Աւստրալիոյ մէջ, անոր կը տրուի կամրջային (bridging) այցագիր մը որպէսզի կարենայ օրինաւոր կերպով երկրին մէջ մնալ մինչեւ որ որոշում մը կայացուի իր դիմումի հարցով:
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NTD News Today—10/19/20211. Migrants in Mexico Mull New Caravan North2. Energy Shift to Create Mexico Jobs: Kerry3. Biden to Host Talks on His Agenda Tuesday: WH4. North Korea Tests Two More Missiles5. Trump Counters Jan. 6 Committee With Lawsuit
More than 16,000 migrants who tested positive for COVID-19 while in Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) custody were released into the United States, according to an agency law enforcement source. The Biden administration did not mandate any of the migrants to be vaccinated before their release. The source informs Breitbart Texas that the figures only include those migrants who were tested by ICE. Support the show: https://patreon.com/wdshow See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jeg snakker om tragedien i Kongsberg. Det er en sorg for hele Kongsbergs befolkning, og for Norge som land. Det er grusomt at noen kan gjøre noe slikt! Vi har fått ny regjering, og det blir spennende å se hva de kan få til de neste fire årene.Jeg har holdt foredrag på FORSKOLEN til startup migrants. Ta kontakt med dem hvis du vil være med på deres forskole! Til slutt deler jeg to historier fra lytterne. Om du vil dele din historie, send meg en e-post firstname.lastname@example.org
'As a child, I heard about the tall rock my grandmother used to live on, at the edge of the sea. I heard of the waves, crashing onto the shore, of their unmistakable sound, of the salt in the nostrils and the grilled fish for supper. 'SHOW NOTES: EPISODE 2 of series 4 - The Series of Things.STORY:Today's story tells of the few scarcity of belongings kept by my migrant grandparents.DISCUSSION:We ask what else migrants leave behind, apart from country, culture and sometimes family. Our discussion concludes with a meditation on what we possibly gain from forming connections with the migrant communities.RECOMMENDATION:This episode's recommendation is another film: THE WEEPING MEADOW which tells the story of a migrant community and also, of the harshness of war and all that war takes with it. The film is aesthetically pleasing, each frame is perfectly constructed and curated to the most minute details.ANNOUNCEMENTS:We would love for this series to be collaborative, and we invite you to bring your stories to the fold!Please share the stories of those things that are not just things here or send me an Instagram message.The show is currently unfunded. To ensure we can provide a whole series, please support us.All My Beautiful Club ko-fi members have priority, but we will endeavour to narrate as many stories as we can on the podcast! You can listen to all previous' episodes on the app.If you have enjoyed this podcast episode, please do share with other people, please write a review or a rating. To ensure we can provide a whole series, please support us.Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/mybeautifulstories)
تلقى رئيس الوزراء دومينيك بيروت نصيحة مفادها أن أستراليا بحاجة إلى أرقام هجرة مماثلة لما بعد الحرب العالمية الثانية للتعافي الإقتصادي، زيادة النمو السكاني ومعالجة النقص المتفاقم في سوق العمل مع التركيز على المهارات الإستثنائية في المجالات الإبتكارية والعلوم الحديثة.
Everybody's gotta eat, but who's feeding us, and what else are we eating up along the way? In this episode we chew on the ways our food affects our climate, and what can be done about it. Professor and author Lenore Newman discusses food security and this summer's heat dome with National Observer founder Linda Solomon Wood. Plus, the surge in regenerative farming in Canada, and a future of real beef with no real cows. Yes, you read that right.GUESTS:Robyn Bunn, Radical Action with Migrants in AgricultureFawn Jackson, climate lead for the Canadian Cattlemen's AssociationKaren Ross, director of Farmers for Climate Solutions.Lenore Newman, Director of the Food and Agriculture Institute and Canada Research Chair in Food Security and Environment at the University of the Fraser ValleyIsha Datar, Executive Director of New HarvestCLIMATE NERD RESOURCES:Links to studies we mention in the showLearn more about natural climate solutionsFarmers For Climate Solutions calls to actionUN report on livestock and GHG emissionsIPCC's 2018 report on food securityUrban agriculture as a climate change and disaster risk reduction strategyCREDITS:Final audio mix by Aftertouch Audio. Fact check by Dana Filek Gibson and Marc Fawcett-Atkinson. Artwork by Ata Ojani. Communications from Suzanne Dhaliwal and Luke Ottenhof. Music provided by Blue.Sessions and Soundstripe. Effects by PianoFarm and soundmary
We need people like Safi Lynch Wilson in our lives. Another favorite of mine on Instagram that I highly recommend to EVERYONE! Safi is a clinical social worker, therapist, military spouse, and mother. I love listening to Safi cause I always come out feeling positively human every time she speaks. In this week of Indigenous Day, we get to see there are Migrants from Africa with Indigenous roots here in America. Lots of artificial walls were taken down in this episode concerning mental health, awareness, legacy, and more. Go on Instagram to SafiLynchTherapy for more of Safi and you will be glad. Book Safi here www.safilynchtherapeuticservices.com Give us a 5-Star review on iTunes (Apple Podcast) & support our work here https://linktr.ee/whitelabelamerican or https://patreon.com/whitelabelamericanpod Get T-Shirts @ https://VetClothing.com/whitelabelamerican It's the right thing to do! 2 Episodes to 100!!! Music By Infrared_Krypto #whitelabelamerican #mentalhealth #liberia #refugee #coldweather #palmbutter #normalize #villainizing #indigenouspeople #africanamerican #legacy #experiences #monrovia #muslims #genocide #survival #boundries #calm #peaceful #civilwar
Reports from the border region between Colombia and Panama warn that as many as 20,000 more Haitian migrants are walking northward, drawn by the belief that pregnant women and families with children will get preferential treatment by the U.S. government. SkyWatchTV was banned by YouTube! Please follow SkyWatchTV on Rumble: www.rumble.com/skywatchtv 5) Southwest Airlines cancelled more than 2,000 flights over the weekend for reasons that aren't clear; 4) New surge of Haitian migrants headed for US-Mexico border; 3) 136 nations agree to 15% minimum corporate tax; 2) Transgender doctors warn against puberty blocking drugs for children; 1) Government using “keyword warrants” to secretly access Google searches.
Included in this episode: 1. Biden Is Expelling Migrants On COVID-19 Grounds, But Health Experts Say That's Wrong 2. The Nobel Committee Sent a Message That Freedom of the Press Is Essential for Peace 3. Brittany Murphy, Britney Spears and the Gendered Perils of Child Stardom 4. Afghanistan Faces a ‘Make-or-Break Moment,' U.N. Chief Says .
Ernie talks to Chris Cabrera, VP of Nat'l Border Patrol Council Rio Grand Valley Sector. "We do not have the manpower to handle this," said Cabrera. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week Gavin & Daniel discussed what's been going on with the recent Haitian migrants and the Texas white supremacist border patrol. We also didn't want to leave Canada out of this episode so we got into the controversy at Western University where 30 women allegedly were assaulted on frosh week.
In the first episode of the LGBTQ+ Podcast, our guest, Vinnosh Kumar, discusses the situation of LGBTQ+ asylum seekers in the UK. Asylum claims based on sexual orientation and gender identity are systematically rejected both in the UK and Europe. The officials often expect the claimant to convince them that they are ‘truly' gay or trans or other. One in three claimants is refused asylum because the officials did not believe their sexual orientation or gender identity. According to international human rights law, instead of asking whether the claimant is undoubtedly gay, the officials should ask whether they face a threat of prosecution in their country of origin based on the grounds of their sexuality. There is also a cultural and language barrier. Many languages are not conditioned to express non-heteronormative relationships and identities. In the UK, the LGBTQ+ asylum seekers suffer consequences of hostile asylum policies, especially in regards to housing. 60 per cent of LGBTQ+ asylum seekers live with friends and partners in private rented accommodations or houses of multiple occupations. Those who interact with their landlords face indifference or discrimination. Nevertheless, there have been some positive developments in the case law regarding the LGBTQ+ community in the UK. In Birmingham City Council v Afsar, the case discussed in this episode, the Court agreed that an interim injunction should be granted to restrain the anti-LGBT protests organised by parents of students of the local primary school. SOGICA Project indicates that, according to international human rights law, instead of asking whether the claimant is undoubtedly gay, the officials should ask whether they face a threat of prosecution in their country of origin based on the grounds of their sexuality or gender identity. Moreover, Vinnosh mentions the case HJ and HT v Home Secretary, where the Court decided that the fact that the claimants would not face prosecution in their country provided they concealed their sexuality could not be an argument in favor of deportation. Vinnosh also recommends the movie My Son is Gay. Here are some organizations that help LGBTQ+ asylum seekers with links to their websites: LGSMigrants (Lesbian and Gays Support the Migrants): http://www.lgsmigrants.com/do-you-need-help UK Lesbian & Gay Immigration Group: https://uklgig.org.uk/ Stonewall UK: https://www.stonewall.org.uk/asylum City of Sanctuary UK (provides a list of local groups that support the LGBT+ asylum seekers): If you wish to be involved in a future season of the LGBTQ+ Pride and the Law: A Podcast, please contact email@example.com for more information!
Jedinstvena migrantska priča profesorice Nisvete Niće Smailbegović, osobe koja je ostavila traga u društvenom životu Bosanaca i Hercegovaca pod Južnim nebom, a čiji entuzijazam i bistrina uma prkose vremenu.
Deluso dal rifiuto della scuola di dargli un diploma a causa del suo scarso inglese, nonostante i voti eccellenti, Giovanni Margio sfidò se stesso diventando artista di strada, dedicando poi la sua vita all'arte.
When large people groups settle in a new land, they take their culture with them; including their religion. Do migrants bring territorial spirits with them? Are spirits and small gods territorial. Do they belong in a certain geographical location? Derek Gilbert - Judd Burton. Voodoo .. Vodou? Haitian migrants are practicing their religion in the US.
LIfe is constantly changing. Sometimes we are forced to rest and sometimes that dream that you had years ago (and in Elkin's case 4 years ago), finally comes into fruition. In this week's episode, Elkin & Robin share life updates and their thoughts on the inhuman treatment of Haitian migrants at the border.
Thousands of mostly Haitian migrants gathered at the border town of Del Rio, Texas in September hoping to gain asylum in the United States. While the migrants have been removed and the encampment cleared, the crisis is far from over. Yamiche Alcindor gets more on the issue with Guerline Jozef, president of the Haitian Bridge Alliance. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
The Dissident Club in Paris was created so refugees and exiles can have a place to exchange ideas with each other. But it's not only a discussion forum, it's also a place where new arrivals can find help for their problems.
The Texas Department of Public Safety and U.S. Border Patrol insist the 11 men, arrested under Gov. Greg Abbott's border initiative, weren't set up for trespassing charges. But a county attorney decided the case was too muddled to prosecute.
Susanne Klien's book Urban Migrants in Rural Japan: Between Agency and Anomie in a Post-growth Society (SUNY Press, 2020) provides a fresh perspective on theoretical notions of rurality and emerging modes of working and living in post-growth Japan. By exploring narratives and trajectories of individuals who relocate from urban to rural areas and seek new modes of working and living, this multi-sited ethnography reveals the changing role of rurality, from postwar notions of a stagnant backwater to contemporary sites of experimentation. The individual cases presented in the book vividly illustrate changing lifestyles and perceptions of work. What emerges from Urban Migrants in Rural Japan is the emotionally fraught quest of many individuals for a personally fulfilling lifestyle and the conflicting neoliberal constraints many settlers face. In fact, flexibility often coincides with precarity and self-exploitation. Klien shows how mobility serves as a strategic mechanism for neophytes in rural Japan who hedge their bets; gain time; and seek assurance, inspiration, and courage to do (or further postpone doing) what they ultimately feel makes sense to them. John W. Traphagan, Ph.D. is Professor and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Fellow in the Department of Religious Studies at the University of Texas at Austin, where he is also a professor in the Program in Human Dimensions of Organizations. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/east-asian-studies
In our news wrap Monday, United Nations officials condemned Libya for a violent crackdown on migrants trying to sail to Europe. In the U.S., the Biden administration reversed a Trump-era ban on abortion referrals by family planning clinics that receive federal funding. Americans David Julius and Ardem Patapoutian won the 2021 Nobel Prize in medicine for discovering temperature and touch receptors. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
Democrat Senator Kyrsten Sinema is ATTACKED By DEMOCRAT VOTERS, Forced To Hide In Bathroom Stall, Joe Biden Says This Is PART OF THE PROCESS. SHOCK POLL SAYS Majority of Trump Voters Want Red States to Secede from Blue States. FAUCI says NO CHRISTMAS For Americans And DHS BRACES for 400,000 Migrants set to cross the Border this Month.
In the southern Mexican state of Chiapas, tens of thousands of migrants hope to reach the United States, but are caught in legal limbo. They hail from different countries in Central and South America, but many are from Haiti. Also, when a massive earthquake and tsunami hit eastern Japan 10 years ago, with a subsequent nuclear disaster, nearly 20,000 people died. Some found healing in sashiko, a traditional art form that helped ease the pain among survivors. And, Spain's flamenco guitar legend, the late Paco de Lucía, is receiving an homage this week in his hometown. Capping off the honors is a decree to play his famous song, "Entre Dos Aguas,” or "Between Two Waters," from the town hall carillon twice a day.
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Thousands of Haitian migrants who had gathered on the southern border were deported back to their home country last week, even though some of them haven't lived there for a decade. They'd been living in Chile. But increasingly, Haitians in that country are fleeing, in response to a pandemic-battered economy, rising anti-immigrant sentiment, and new government policies. All those factors are not disappearing any time soon — and neither is the flow of migrants out of the country, says Chilean journalist Ignacio Gallegos. NPR's John Otis reports on one part of their perilous journey north. Additional reporting in this episode from Stephania Corpi. Special thanks to Texas Public Radio news director Dan Katz. In participating regions, you'll also hear a local news segment that will help you make sense of what's going on in your community.Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photo: #NewWorldReport: Mexico overwhelmed by migrants. Senadora Maria Fernanda Cabal. @MariaFdaCabal (on leave); Joseph Humire @JMHumire @SecureFreeSoc https://www.securefreesociety.org https://mexiconewsdaily.com/news/they-have-nothing-to-eat-mexicans-step-up-with-aid-for-haitian-migrants/ ..
Megyn Kelly is joined by senior editor of ‘Reason' Robby Soave to discuss the admission from DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas that the majority of the Haitian migrants in Del Rio, Texas have been released into the U.S., the governor of New York possibly using the National Guard to replace unvaccinated healthcare workers, and ridiculous indoor and outdoor mask requirements at Oberlin College. They also discuss Soave's new book "Tech Panic: Why We Shouldn't Fear Facebook and the Future.” Megyn is then joined by the op-ed editor at the New York Post, Sohrab Ahmari, to discuss how the newspaper has been vindicated yet again with a Politico reporter's new book citing evidence that Hunter Biden's emails are real. They also discuss the medical community's increasing erasure of women, and the rise against the debasement of culture. Follow The Megyn Kelly Show on all social platforms: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/MegynKellyTwitter: http://Twitter.com/MegynKellyShowInstagram: http://Instagram.com/MegynKellyShowFacebook: http://Facebook.com/MegynKellyShow Find out more information at: https://www.devilmaycaremedia.com/megynkellyshow
The Biden administration is expelling hundreds of Haitian migrants at the U.S.-Mexico border, after thousands arrived at a crossing near Del Rio, Texas this weekend. Photos of groups in makeshift campsites and of border patrol agents aggressively confronting the migrants on horseback sparked outrage. Now, Biden is facing pressure from all sides: many Republicans say he needs to be tougher on border security, while many Democrats say deporting the migrants, without the option to apply for asylum, is cruel. This episode: White House correspondent Asma Khalid, White House correspondent Franco Ordonez, and national immigration correspondent Joel Rose. Connect:Subscribe to the NPR Politics Podcast here.Email the show at email@example.comJoin the NPR Politics Podcast Facebook Group.Listen to our playlist The NPR Politics Daily Workout.Subscribe to the NPR Politics Newsletter.Find and support your local public radio station.