Migrant Tales moves to https://migranttales.net on May 17

by , under Enrique

By Migrant Tales

I almost fell off my seat when I saw this message on my screen on March 29. The first thought that raced through my mind was that five years of hard work had come to an end. To ensure that nothing similar ever happens to Migrant Tales again, we will be moving to another domain (https://migranttales.net/) during May 15-19.

We  have seen unprecedented growth in traffic this year thanks to our readers. Our aim is a very simple one:  “…to be a voice for those whose views and situation are understood poorly and heard faintly by the media, politicians and public.”

Thank you for your support!

Migrant Tales’ was deactivated for about 13 hours on March 29-30. Some of our enemies were prematurely dancing and celebrating over our grave. To their surprise we were back the following day.

  1. savannah49

    I look forward to the move and wish you even greater success! Your site has given me a greater insight into a country that I had, prior to finding you, only a superficial knowledge and awareness of. I also appreciate the many links to other sources of information you’ve shared. Great success to Migrant Tales!

    • Migrant Tales

      Hi savannah49, thank you very much for your kudos. We are a very simple, hand-on-heart blog that has grown thanks to people like you.

      Welcome to Migrant Tales. A red carpet has been rolled in front of you.

  2. I am

    Love u all people here
    Love u sunshine in Helsinki
    Love u freedom of speech
    Thanks to all of u, Enrique, Mark, justicedemon and eyeopener plus my darling all
    oh one more plus, h e he
    Plus me
    Hi to the all
    Be success my dear MT for always
    A big SMILE u can see my all teeth

  3. justicedemon

    D4R, Ricky

    I think that story is worth an entire MT thread of its own. Something along the lines of whether a Somali could get a fair trial in a court with such a lay member on the bench, given his specific criminal history. Any such proceedings would be virtually an open invitation to an Article 6 petition to the European Court of Human Rights.

    • Migrant Tales

      Hi Justice, I read this a couple of days ago. It’s incredible and it would be interesting to write a story on this and its implications.