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The “assault” by “sub-Saharan immigrants” in the media
When, from the anti-racist camp, we voice our concern about the treatment that news
concerning migration issues receives in the media, some people think that we are denouncing
a sort of media plot by people who hold xenophobic views, who need to be unmasked. Well,
it’s not like that at all.
Migreurop at the World Social Forum in Bamako
Migreurop took part in the World Social Forum which was held on January 19-23, 2006, 2006 in Bamako, Mali. For the first time on the African continent, the WSF (also held in Venezuela on Jan 24-29, 2006, and in Pakistan, March 24-26 2006), has underlined the issue of international migrations. It was also the occasion to meet several actors until then absent of the forum process.
Migreurop organized several seminars and took part in some others meetings (see the programme). The members of (...)
Illegal emigration: a notion that should be banished
The stigmatisation of supposedly illegal emigration contributes to strengthening the arsenal of the police in the countries that cooperate, willingly or under constraint, with European policies whose goal is to keep foreigners at a distance
published in Libération on June 13, 2006