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Valencia’s Historical Context (the Second Spanish Republic and Civil War). Valencia as the center of the Spanish resistance against fascism.

Valencia’s Historical Context (the Second Spanish Republic and Civil War). Valencia as the center of the Spanish resistance against fascism.

11. 2. 19

On November 8, 1936, Valencia became the home base of the legitimate government of the Second Republic due to the siege of Madrid after the coup d'état in July 1936. It was a fascist military uprising directed against the Government of the Second Republic that had...

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Labour markets are about people. Listen to the stories of migrant and local workers’ struggles for decent work.

Labour markets are about people. Listen to the stories of migrant and local workers’ struggles for decent work.

14. 1. 19

In the series “Europe is working” you will hear testimonies of workers beyond their citizenship status sharing their everyday problems at the workplace and possibilities of solidarity and collective actions at work...

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European Web Site on Integration – December 2018

European Web Site on Integration – December 2018

2. 1. 19 Jan Dítko

This is the December issue of the European Web Site on Integration's newsletter.

Please find below a selection of the most relevant policy developments, data updates, events, funding schemes and good practices at the EU, national and local level, recently published on the Web Site.

Migration and the EU IntegrationEUprojects
European Web Site on Integration – November 2018

European Web Site on Integration – November 2018

14. 11. 18 Jan Dítko

This is the November issue of the European Web Site on Integration's newsletter.

Please find below a selection of the most relevant policy developments, data updates, events, funding schemes and good practices at the EU, national and local level, recently published on the Web Site.

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