migration podcasts

Good Morning Portugal! News: Portugal's Immigration Tops 500,000

Original story - https://www.theportugalnews.com/news/number-of-foreign-residents-tops-500000-for-first-time/52679...

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The 'Expat Whisperer'? Deborah Dahab talks to Good Morning Portugal!

In this feature-length interview with Good Morning Portugal's Carl Munson, Expat Coach Deborah Dahab talks about her...

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Michael Heron’s Portuguese News Update 29-05-18

Recorded man-to-man, over a beer, Michael shares his weekly news, including: - Portuguese EU migration numbers -...

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Cities and Stability: China's Urbanization with Author Jeremy Wallace

China's management of urbanization is an under-appreciated factor in the regime's longevity. The Chinese Communist...

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Cities and Stability: China’s Urbanization with Author Jeremy Wallace

China's management of urbanization is an under-appreciated factor in the regime's longevity. The Chinese Communist...

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Africanos têm menos hipóteses de obter vistos para a Alemanha

Não é fácil para um africano conseguir um visto para a Alemanha. Uma análise da DW mostra que uma em cada cinco...

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Who are the people risking everything to cross the Channel?

The number of migrants arriving in small boats this year is already double that of 2019. But those who manage to...

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Who are Europe's Dreamers?

Across Europe, millions of young people live in undocumented limbo, in fear of deportation from the countries they...

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Au pair wanted: look after children, do shopping, walk dog, clean house, cook, teach violin – £50pw

For many British families au pairs are the only workable solution to the ‘childcare crisis’. But au pairs are only...

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From British bobby to Hong Kong copper

This year marks the 170th anniversary of the establishment of the Hong Kong Police. This talk traces the history of...

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Politics Weekly podcast: Scottish Labour, Mediterranean migrants and US midterms

Libby Brooks, Anne Perkins, Ken Rudin and Martin Kettle join Hugh Muir to discuss Labour's Scottish meltdown,...

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Identity and identity theft

Steve Hindle of the University of Warwick shows how contemporary issues relating to international migration were also...

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Lampedusa by Anders Lustgarten - audio drama

In an audio play specially commissioned for the Guardian by Soho Theatre, a fisherman confronts the tide of refugees...

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China's shrinking Labour force FT News podcast
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China's shrinking Labour force

A shrinking labour force is driving huge economic change in China. James Kynge talks to Jamil Anderlini about the...

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Interview with child rights expert Mariela Naegu

Mariela Neagu is a child rights expert from Romania. Ahead of the recent Bishops' Conference seminar on human...

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On Not Going Home

James Wood explores the estrangement of voluntary emigration: the puzzling sense of losing the country you leave and...

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Memories of Amikejo

Neal Ascherson writes about Europe, its pasts and its possible future

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The Immigration Battle

Jeremy Harding discusses the politics of migration and the battle at Europe's borders.

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Episode 53 Lee Rigby two years on. Immigration out of control and Life should mean Life

It is two years to the day since Lee Rigby was brutally murdered by Muslim fanatics on the Streets of London. Jon...

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Europe's borders under strain FT News podcast
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Europe's borders under strain

Europe is facing its biggest refugee crisis in decades, with Germany assuming the greatest burden for absorbing the...

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