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Why our migrations?

Given the way migration is treated and narrowly viewed by the media and by political, social, and even economic interests, whereby a certain "undefined" group agrees to "help" those referred to as "migrants" (a term that is widely used, but ill-defined), is it still possible to ask "why", to ask what meaning our migrations have, all our migrations?

Dear friends,

We are pleased to announce the launch of Academia Josefa.

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The challenge is to sustainably include the Josefa vision in the political, economic, esthetic and ethical fields of our societies.

Thus, since 2011, in break with the traditional patterns on ‘’migrants", Josefa dares to engage, question and propose a renewed way to face the challenges of migration, according to its societal vision: "All Migrants", and according to its daily experience in and around the Josefa House in Brussels city center.

Therefore, in order to let the Josefa proposal resonate in a plural way, we have invited authors to join the adventure of the Blog Academia Josefa.

In freedom and according to their own questioning about the "migratory fact", these authors are telling us, in their own language, what means to them: "All migrants, and me? ".

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We would like to thank you for your kind attention and we wish you a nice discovery. Your feedback will certainly be welcome: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

And, if some of you are eager to write, do not hesitate to contact us.

With our best wishes for 2019.

Sincerely.

Academia Josefa
The editorial board

So, what’s happening with the Global Compact for Migration? What’s new in regard to my "migrant" condition? Am I still seen or considered as the "other", or do you and I finally perceive ourselves as "migrants"?

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