Interview with Fr. Edwin Corros

By |April 5th, 2022|Categories: News Archive, Home|

Japan is a country that is not traditionally known for its cosmopolitan diversity. Whenever Japan’s immigration policy is discussed, descriptions of Japan’s long history as an isolated country closed off from the world soon follow. However, immigration has started to be seen as the most obvious solution to the demographic challenge faced by the country. Where do migrants people come from and how this growth is changing the image of [...]

Interview with Ariela Mitri

By |March 1st, 2022|Categories: News Archive, Home|

The Balkan migration route is a significant passageway for migrants and asylum seekers heading towards Central and Northern Europe. Countries in the region are seeing a significant resumption of refugee and migrant movements from the Middle East and Central Asia. How migration flows have changed from the 2015 crises? And which is the situation after what is happening in Afghanistan? It is not just about migrants: it is about the [...]

SIMI Talk with Mary Gautier

By |February 21st, 2022|Categories: News Archive, Home, SIMI Talks|

With Mary Gautier we talk about the international and multicultural dimension of the new generations of sisters in the United States analyzed in the recent volume Migration for Mission: International Catholic Sisters in the United States. Mary L. Gautier (Ph.D. Sociology, Louisiana State University) retired in 2019 as senior research associate at CARA, the Center for Applied Research in the Apostolate at Georgetown University, a position she held [...]

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