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Bad Bridget: new book based on popular podcast shines a light on Irish female emigrants criminalised in the US

Irish Independent 04 Feb 2023
A complicated mortal who performed the “miracle” of abortion, the Brigid some pray to as a saint would be locked up in some US states now and still criminalised here in Ireland if her miracle didn’t adhere to arbitrary limits ... They worked, often as servants, to send money home.
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Study Finds 70 Percent of Hongkongers in UK Emigrated for Political Reasons

The Epoch Times 03 Feb 2023
The Home Office of the U.K ... 31, 2021. A recent survey conducted by overseas Hongkongers found that nearly 70 percent of Hongkongers moved to the U.K ... 29, 2022 ... ....
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International poll shows one in three would emigrate

Deutsche Welle 03 Feb 2023
Pollsters at Gallup International have discovered that 36% of people around the world would prefer to live in another country. DW spoke with Gallup International President Kancho Stoychev about the findings ... .
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A Little Tokyo With Modern Sensibilities Starts to Emerge in Brooklyn

New York Times 03 Feb 2023
In Greenpoint, new businesses are cropping up, making it a contender for Little Tokyo status ... .
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New Emigrant Support Small Grants Scheme launched by Minister Fleming (Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Ireland)

Public Technologies 02 Feb 2023
The Emigrant Support Small Grants Scheme offers grants of €10,000 or less to organisations working with members of the Irish diaspora around the world. The new scheme is part of the Government's Emigrant Support Programme ... The current round of the Emigrant Support Programme opened for applications on 18 January and will close on 15 February.
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How States Can Help Turn an Immigration Logjam Into a Success

New York Times 02 Feb 2023
We should try innovative programs that open doors for immigrants while boosting our nation’s businesses ... .
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Egypt, Tunisia discuss joint cooperation

Egypt Independent 02 Feb 2023
State Minister of Emigration Soha Gendy discussed with Tunisian Minister of Employment and Vocational Training Nasreddine Nsibi means to boost cooperation in the fields of coordinating the immigration policies in North Africa and the relation between immigration and development in addition to linking the migrants with their countries.
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Emigrant Partners Announces Strategic Minority Investment in SteelPeak Wealth

PR Newswire 01 Feb 2023
1, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- Emigrant Partners ("EP") announced it has made a strategic, non-voting minority investment in SteelPeak Wealth ("SteelPeak"), an independent wealth management business headquartered in Los Angeles, CA managing $2.0B in assets for over 1,700 clients ... Emigrant Partners, LLC ... EP is owned by Emigrant Bank ... SOURCE Emigrant Partners.
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About 10 per cent of Hong Kong’s kindergartens at risk of closing amid emigration wave ...

South China Morning Post 31 Jan 2023
To cope with low enrolment preschools could sack teachers, freeze salaries or resort to pay cuts, survey finds ... .
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Emigration minister, Kazakh ambassador discuss cooperation

Egypt Independent 31 Jan 2023
Minister of State for Emigration and Egyptian Expatriates’ Affairs Soha Gendi discussed Thursday with Kazakh Ambassador in Cairo Khairat Lama Sharif ...
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Calgary man searching for group that helped him emigrate to Canada 3 decades ago

CTV 31 Jan 2023
Ivo Ceko was a member of a military police unit that was guarding a hotel in a town in central Bosnia when he met a group of young Canadians and Americans in the summer of 1994 ... .
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Calgary man searching for group that helped him emigrate to Canada three decades ago

Moosejaw Today 31 Jan 2023
Ivo Ceko was a member of a military police unit that was guarding a hotel in a town in central Bosnia when he met a group of young Canadians and Americans in the summer of 1994 ... Ceko said he doesn't know how many people actually emigrated to Canada using the photocopies, but he is sure that a few – including one of his friends – did ... 31, 2023 ... .
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Brexit Turns 3. Why Is No One Wearing a Party Hat?

New York Times 31 Jan 2023
The divorce between Britain and the European Union has become the dark thread that, to many, explains why Britain is suffering more than its neighbors ... .
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Beyond the Border

New York Times 30 Jan 2023
How the migrant surge is playing out far from the Southern U.S ... .

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