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Corona Crisis will have widespread and long lasting impacts but this is where nations and states can show who they are and how they deal with crisis.

The graph shows the number of newly registered unemployed from March 9 to March 24 in each of the years 2015-2020.
Source: The Board of Labor Market and Recruitment

A final tribute to my father! A true symbol of struggle and resistance!

My father Haji Mehrullah Khan Pattan (1936-2021) was born in 1936 in Shaldara, Quetta once part of Afghanistan (before 1893) then India (1893-1947) and now Pakistan. He would usually tell us that he was born a year after the devastating earthquake of 1935 of Quetta which destroyed the whole city as people at that time…

Why Danish Parliament should consider Education as Full Time Job as part of the new bill?

According to the Ministry of Higher Education and Science Denmark, 80% of the foreign graduates from Danish universities leave Denmark after two years of their graduation. It is probably because of the uncertainty around settling down in Denmark. One of the recent studies of Aarhus University Professor found that immigration rules in Denmark are changed after every…

Cycle March for Health and Environment around Denmark

Cycling has for long benefited human beings with their health, fitness and as a transportation mode. It has helped maintain a environmentally friendly society. Denmark is usually crowned as world best country for cycling with over 12,000km of cycle routes, along with dedicated cycling lanes, cycle bridges and Green Wave system which prioritise cyclists at…

Unfair: Irfan can neither get Corona Package nor A-Kasse but asked to show income to extend residency despite losing job

Denmark is one of the few European countries re-opening its businesses and gradually getting to normal after the Corona lockdown. Apart from global pandemic and health crisis, economy has also seen a huge downfall. Thousands have lost their jobs while hundreds of businesses have shutdown. Although COVID-19 has indiscriminately hit everyone, whether local or immigrant…

Corona after shocks in Denmark! An EU student told to pay back DKK 52,866 “SU” Student Grant after she lost job amid Corona crisis

While Corona is getting under control in Denmark and more businesses are opening but it might be the start of another epidemic for immigrants in Denmark. It has certainly started for European students as Blanka Papp, an EU student received a bill of DKK 52,866 from education authorities in Denmark after she lost her job…

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