Tag Archives: Immigration

Advocate Christoph Published by OpenDemocracy

Young Voices Advocate Christoph Heuermann was published by Open Democracy about free migration.

For Europeans it is time to get used to this. The fear of the foreign, unfortunately even within Europe, is gratuitous. While several arguments against open borders can be brought up, none, in my opinion, stand up to scrutiny. I would like to appeal to every European: remember your luck to be born in relatively prosperous countries with the possibility to move anywhere you like to do the things you like within Europe. Why would you want to deny this to people not blessed by this luck? At least, give them their opportunity to pursue their happiness where they think they can find it. Fight for free migration! Open Borders now!

You can find the entire opinion piece here.

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Advocate Luca Published in the Fielder

Young Voices Advocate Luca Bertoletti writes about immigation in his latest article “Immigration Policy: A Moderate Approach” in the Italian newspaper The Fielder.

Immigrants, often, do not come to live in more advanced countries most to live off the State, and most likely have never heard of welfare state. The immigrant moves to the so-called first world to live a decent life, to raise their children without the fear of dying from malaria or being killed in a reprisal of any ethnic group, and that is why often the best way to make a living is to open their own business, in order to meet the needs of those who have the same religion or the same culture.

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Advocate Luca Writes About Immigration Hysteria in Italy

Young Voices Advocate Luca Bertoletti got published in the Italian online news-portal ‘The Fielder’ writing about the current debate in Italy and the European Union to tighten immigration rules. Luca advocates for for tolerance and a liberalization of immigration regulations in order to allow people to determine themselves where they want to live and work:

Immigrants and especially illegals are treated as criminals … they bring a lot of enthusiasm, innovation, and entrepreneurship with them and are one of the major motors on progress.

The entire article can be found here (in Italian).

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