Today’s Solutions: June 19, 2024

3d illustration of a wooden tourist street sign with wines or ivy and with text Welcome to Germany

Years later, many refugees are feeling at home in Germany

When Germany's chancellor Angela Merkel welcomed a great influx of refugees in 2015 rather than denying them at the border, she received overwhelming criticism for opening the country’s borders to migrants. Germany was suddenly the country with the second-highest population of refugees in the Read More...

Narrow street of old spanish town.

Spanish towns are responding to population decline by welcoming migrants

In November 2019, Ángel Márquez and his family abandoned their home in Venezuela’s Barinas province and joined the more than 4 million Venezuelans that have left their homelands due to the economic and humanitarian crises that plague the country. In search of a new home, the Márquez family Read More...

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Portugal gives migrants full citizenship rights during pandemic

Coronavirus is unique because of its truly global impact, but with that said, it’s also exposing inequalities in our world. For many migrants, for instance, sheltering in a safe space is not always a possibility. Gaining access to healthcare is also not so simple. To make amends for this, Read More...

How migrants saved this Sicili

How migrants saved this Sicilian village from becoming a ghost town

For more than 50 years, the Sicilian town of Sutera has suffered a gradual loss of its inhabitants and the atmosphere of joy that it once possessed. But the village is catching life once more as migrants and refugees move into empty homes in the town. The arrival of African migrants has also helped Read More...