INTERVIEW: Why the AFL-CIO both sits at the table and marches in the streets

Published on: 26 November 2020 Written by: Cathy Feingold All articles by: Cathy Feingold

Trade unions know our labour system is broken. But how can we make it work again?

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After the 'migration crisis'

How Europe works to keep Africans in Africa

Edited by Liliane Mouan, Simon Massey and Cameron Thibos

Migration from Africa to Europe has, since the long summer of migration in 2015, been at the top of the European political agenda. As right-wing parties have gained at the ballot box through their anti-migration rhetoric, the priority for most policymakers has been to look tough and to prevent such an experience from ever happening again. To this end the European Union and individual EU member states have devoted large amounts of resources to trying to keep people in Africa. As this feature demonstrates in great detail, an awful lot has been going on.

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