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    Why Embracing Immigrants Brings Growth To Rust Belt Cities

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    Communities around the country are becoming more prosperous by creating inclusive policies for immigrants and refugees.

    EIR Lessons in Perspective: A conversation with Western Union Executive in Residence Alumni Maureen Sigliano

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    Maureen Sigliano, Vice President, Global Loyalty Development & Western Union Membership, Paris, partnered with

    Geertrui Serneels

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    We are delighted to announce that Geert Serneels has joined the network as our most recent Ashoka Belgium Fellow!

    Building Bridges, Opening Ports – Ashoka Fellows in Italy Respond to Migrant Ship Aquarius Situation

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    The latest events regarding the migrant ship Aquarius pushed us to take a firm, clear and univocal public stand.

    Women Social Innovators are Changing the Game in Asia

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    Young changemakers are often brave enough to take unconventional routes in making meaningful changes in our society.

    How “Hello Europe” is Enabling Systems Change for Migrants and Refugees

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    How can Ashoka better support Fellows working in the field of migration and refugees? For the issue of migration, given that it affects almost all major systems, any kind of serious change requires complex systems change thinking and strategies. Within that systems change, public policy plays an absolutely essential role, directly affecting processes such as freedom of movement, documentation to be employed, and access to healthcare and education. 93% of our Fellows have achieved change in public policy as a result from their work, according to the 2018 Global Fellows Study.

    "In Search of Secure Borders"

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    Three years ago today the last bill for comprehensive immigration reform died in the Senate, a result of an incredible filibuster.

    Reframing the refugee crisis to unlock solutions

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    What if media outlets stopped referring to refugees as "burdens" and instead highlighted them as the social and economic actors that they are?