With the help of some twenty authors, Academia Josefa’s blog “About our migration” has been up and running since 2019, and its editorial board has felt the desire to extend the experience by creating a journal…

Politicians and media, you don't say "migrants"; you impose them on "us" by creating a "language" which makes the so-called migrants "objects" of ignorance since this posture prevents us from meeting the actual person, as they are, in their uniqueness; all we have is this one word, a sign of collective discrimination...

The migration phenomenon, as it is currently perceived and politically managed, in Europe, in particular, certainly seems to challenge the so-called liberal societies...

November 29, 2012. Our project, no more or no less, aims to help build a better world with men and women, families, partners, businesses of all sizes, with people just about everywhere, who think that the world is not so bad, but that it could probably be better…

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?

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