Daniel Leon

A political scientist who follows global events with pious devotion. A Venezuelan by virtue of being born in that interesting tropical place, but who has lived and studied in several places around the world. He will write some analysis on important global issues, especially if they have an impact on Germany or Leipzig.

Opinion: multiple dimensions of structural racism

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"Communities whose members, for diverse historical reasons such as segregation, are often unable to acquire the necessary high skills to get a job with decent wages in the service sector, end up in a cycle of reproduction of poverty. They are victims of creative destruction." #BlackLivesMatter

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3rd LeipGlo Job Fair: the takeaways

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A little glimpse of what you missed or can reminisce on from our most recent job fair. And a small request if you scroll to the end...

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The 3rd LeipGlo Job Fair at a glance

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Our roadmap to new career opportunities in Leipzig, converging in 2 weeks at WERK 2.

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Saxony Elected: reasons to cheer and worry

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Disaster averted. The far-right, anti-immigrant and climate-change-denying AfD was not the number one political force. But with 27.5 percent of total votes in Saxony, the AfD gained more support from state voters than all left-of-center political parties.

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Saxony state elections: the candidates had their say

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The Saxon state elections are this Sunday. If you are eligible to, don't forget to go vote! Recently we organized a debate with six of the candidates, and here are some insights.

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Leipzig Glocal Job Fair, round 3

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Proud to announce that DHL, Techniker Krankenkasse, and Code Camp Leipzig have already confirmed their presence at the third Leipzig Glocal Job Fair, in November!

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