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RT @SCM_PressEducation, Education, Education! Look out for the next issue of @cruciblejournal edited by @DrJohnReader. Coming soon http://t.co/bXJO3oYoaY
Author(s): Paul WELLER (ed.)
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The Migration Roundtable Working Group has produced a thoughtful document that takes forward the work of building communities who are aware and sensitive to the needs of others.
The publication looks at migration in the context not only of Christian theology but also of globalisation, racism, xenophobia, trafficking and exploitation. It further considers the complex issues of family reunification, and the reciprocal benefits of migration, as well as high-profile security concerns.