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In pursuit of bread the Egyptian workers risk their lives in Libya
Nadia Ahmed   

In pursuit of bread the Egyptian workers risk their lives in Libya | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanIn pursuit of bread the Egyptian workers risk their lives in Libya | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanAfter a graphic video showing 21 Coptic Egyptians beheaded by Islamic State forces was released last February, some activists are holding their government accountable for the grim conditions faced by Egyptian migrant laborers in the Country. (Ebticar/MadaMasr)

 
Cultural Thought and Practice in Morocco
Hanan Kassab Hassan   

Cultural Thought and Practice in Morocco | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanThe itinerant workshop Thought and Practice (Pensée et Pratique P&P), on the initiative of the René Seydoux Foundation, was held from the 22nd to the 24th January 2015 in Casablanca with the aim of analyzing the conditions of cultural life in Morocco from a Mediterranean perspective.

 
The long road to the integration of Kalé in Spain
Cristina Artoni   

The long road to the integration of Kalé in Spain | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanDiscrimination against Roma in the Iberian Peninsula persists even though there has been a great commitment to defending the minorities in the country in the last decades. The price paid in order to reach the current level of integration was very high, starting with having to sacrifice part of their own culture. The reportage by Babelmed.

 
Sar San 2.0: A living library to dismantle prejudices
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Sar San 2.0: A living library to dismantle prejudices | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanThe ABCittà cooperative and the 21 Luglio Association organize workshops and seminars in Rome to create a living library dedicated to Rom men and women. As "human books", these persons open themselves to readers to dismantle the most common stereotypes that over the years have contributed to their marginalization and stigmatization.

 
Roma in Turkey: Not recognized, not protected
Övgü Pınar   

Roma in Turkey: Not recognized, not protected | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanThe Roma population in Turkey, believed to be between 500,000 and 5 million, is not recognized as a minority, and therefore not under legal protection. Turkish Roma face discrimination in all aspects of life;with employment, housing, education and healt being the greatest issues.

 
In Greater Cairo, 40 percent lives in informal housing
MadaMasr   

In Greater Cairo, 40 percent lives in informal housing | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanIn Greater Cairo, 40 percent lives in informal housing | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanForty percent of all Greater Cairo residents lives in informal housing, according to a Ministry of Housing source, as reported by the privately owned daily Al-Shorouk Monday. (Ebticar/MadaMasr)

 
European Roma Institute to be established
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European Roma Institute to be established | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanEuropean Roma Institute to be established | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanOpen Society Foundations and the Council of Europe agree to set up the first European Roma Institute to give Roma communities' "music, art and unique traditions their own stage".

 
The usual gypsies
Federica Araco   

The usual gypsies | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanAlthough unfounded and resulting from ignorance and popular hearsay, prejudices and stereotypes against Romani people are very numerous and still strongly rooted in Italy. Journalists and politicians often contribute to feed them, turning the Roma and Sinti in perfect "scapegoats" to direct the anger and frustration of public opinion, turning it away from the discomforts caused by poor governance and crisis. The reportage by Babelmed.

 
Bardo’s terror and the cursed circle
Gianluca Solera   

Bardo’s terror and the cursed circle | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanAnother slap to the Tunisian Revolution, another stab in the womb of the Arab Spring. The attack to the Museum of Bardo of March 18, 2015, was a political act. Contrary to what several Western media have related, the attack was most probably not orchestrated by ISIS, but by a brigade named ?Aqba Ibn N?fi?a, connected to al-Q??eda in the Islamic Maghreb.

 
Segregation wall declared an "artwork"
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Segregation wall declared an "artwork" | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanThe mayor of Baia Mare, Romania resists court order to demolish the wall he built around a Roma neighborhood by turning it into an "art project".

 

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