Posts Tagged: Finland

Finnish primary school books still depict foreigners stereotypically

It is quite incredible that one of the best school systems in the world still portrays people from different cultures in a stereotypic manner. Eeva Rinna, a doctoral researcher from Tampere University, claims that textbooks in primary school still depict Africans as bongo players, Cubans as happy and sociable and Germans as hard-working, reports YLE

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Migrant Tales Literary: Unleashed hope (Part II)

By Anonymous   hope is near when we hope! hope is dear where there is hope! hope helps us bear and makes us not lose hope!   hope helps us not fear atrocities for we hope! hopes creates a new layer on the skin torn by rope! of adversity and hardships that we bear for

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Migrant Tales Literary: Unleashed hope (Part I)

By Anonymous Migrant Tales…Migrant Tales…Migrant Tales! you gave others and myself hope when there was nope   for East and West I probe South and North nope I drop for there was no one nope   unheard around the globe nor nothing to hang the rope for there was a steep slope   of a

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Migrant Tales Literary: Death

By Dana Death is calling me, caaall calling Because my life is a bore, booore bore Death is teaching me, hooow… why That i may enjoy Mama’s company, hiiigh high. Death is calling my name, oh that’s well Because in Finland i have nothing to heal Death is calling my heart, wow its dark Finnish

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Victimizing and labeling immigrants for political profit

UK’s David Cameron is one European PM who is using immigration to bolster his Conservative Party’s poll ratings. It’s a recurring and worrisome political story across Europe: let’s get tough on immigration so we can gain a few percentage points in the polls. This type of campaigning is not only cowardly, but racist and disgraceful.

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