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Bridge Between Europe and Asia Called Synergy Study Visit

Study Visit

Kyrgyzstan, 14 - 19 July 2019 (Kyrgyzstan, Poland, Slovenia, Indonesia, Turkey, Lithuania, China)

“We’ll meet again, Don’t know where, don’t know when, But I know we’ll meet again, Some sunny day.” -Vera Lynn
The quote above reflects the entire project which we spent time together almost 2 years under one unit of Bridge Between Europe and Asia Called Synergy. In July 2019, our Bridge Team from seven different countries met on the last project of the Study Visit Program in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan.

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(I)migration + Action : Global Reaction Study Visit

Study Visit

Berlin, Germany, May 2018 (Spain, Indonesia, Bulgaria, Kenya, Germany, Republic Dominica and Estonia)

In May 2018, the participants from Spain, Indonesia, Bulgaria, Kenya, Germany, Republic Dominica and Estonia were in Berlin for a (I)migration + Action = Global Reaction Study Visit. The study visit focused on the global movement of people. They aimed at getting a better understanding and knowledge of  of the field of immigration studies, covering issues regarding analyzes immigration issues in Germany and global population movement.

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Hispaniola, an Island Divided

Study Visit

Dominican Republic, March 10 – March 17, 2018 (Indonesia, Dominican Republic, Germany, Bulgaria, Madrid, Kenya.)

In March of 2018, Act Global took part in a study visit to the Dominican Republic. The visit was part of a larger project looking at global migration patterns and the impacts they have upon the host countries. The Dominican Republic is located in the western Caribbean on the island of Hispaniola, which is divided between two countries, the Dominican Republic and Haiti. Overwhelmingly the migration is from Haiti to the Dominican Republic. To understand the context of this migration we met with various organisations, the ministry education and  the Movement of Dominican-Haitian Women (MUDHA). As a result of our meetings and observations below is a reflection of our understanding on the situation.

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