With respect to assessing migration flows, the categories that are commonly used definitely need to be revisited. For example, when a person, subjected to a (forced) migration, is welcomed into a host society, he or she obviously cannot “simply” integrate into that society with pre-established personal, social and/or faith-based indicators...

If the most human way of appreciating a "business" is first to grant it a (not just legal) "personality" status, then secondly, one must assess the fair and sustainable development of its "person"

What would be the meaning of our destiny if our migration didn’t enrich it? What would be the fruitfulness of our lives if the differences we encounter didn’t challenge community conformism?

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