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Hospitality: the stranger question

in Arts/O & P Highlights
The Stranger Question from Sister Sylvester (Alma Toaspern, Kathryn Hamilton, Kinga Jaczewska and Juan Betancurth at Lofft, photo Christian Martin

Whom would you invite to your home?

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TiMMi: welcome to the party

in Community/Party/Start up
TiMMi team

From refugee donations to that must-have product from your favourite local shop, TiMMi delivers. Catch up with what the team’s been up to and meet them in August.

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When the queer and refugee struggles meet

in Action/Leipzig tips/Opinion/Society
Homo-, inter- and transphobia have poisoned our communities through deeply digging its trenches into structures and institutions. Our response to this cannot be narrow-minded and racialized, but has to be a thorough and bold stance against discrimination as a whole. "When queer and refugee issues meet" (https://leipglo.com)
Anarcho-queer collective Mashpritzot hold a "die-in" protest against Israeli pinkwashing and the perceived homonormative priorities of the LGBT support centre in Tel Aviv. By TMagen - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0 license.

Prejudice against queer communities is not installed in certain cultures and foreign to others, but a global power structure.

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Sadiq Khan: A fresh face in London

in Opinion/Politics
By Diliff - Own work, CC BY 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org

His election is a milestone in UK politics that may well equal that of the first female Prime Minister.

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Interview: How English helps integration

in Jobs/Refugees
Chris Pyak, (right) and Alexander Graf Lambsdorff, Vice President of the European Parliament

Ever wondered how to employ over 1 million refugees? Chris Pyak – our expert hero of the week – explains why it won’t be a problem.

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Relearning how to live (with the ‘other’)

in Politics/Refugees

“Because we barely know the personal stories of the refugees, we tend to not see them as peers. But… behind our ‘worries’ is also racism, classism and other expressions of prejudice.”

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