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Being a migrant in Rome

Since some days ago, some of the migrants of Baobab’s informal camp in Rome have become even more homeless, roaming around the station looking for shelter. Fode goes to visit them often, sharing with them some time in the name of their common origin, Africa. And he has a message …

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Citizenship for immigrants’ children? Or not?

Something is changing in Italy, finally. Up to now, Italian citizenship has been given based on the “ius sanguinis” rather than the “ius soli”, meaning that a descendant of an Italian who has never lived in Italy can apply for citizenship, while if you’re born in Italy, but from foreign …

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