Athens, City of MigrantsOctober 1, 2008 - Pavlou M., Christopoulou N.
TagsMigrants, Racism & xenophobia, Migrant youth - 2nd generation, Integration of migrants, Migration policy & legislation
'Athens is a city which may be ready to rethink itself through dialogue among people and cultures and around political values. After all, this is one of the most exciting and groundbreaking promises of migration and this is what so many people in Athens, migrants and natives, feel and long for.'
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