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Media on Migration: Just Stop.

What to read, what to do:

Scenes of Reason spent the week planning and re-working our content surrounding the Migration and Refugee crisis.
Truth be told, this is not an easy topic to decode.


We have decided for now to collate the most well argued pieces of content, debates and courses of action should you want to get some interesting perspectives.

1. DEBATE: The SoR open forum on Facebook has seen an explosive debate on the acceptance and rejection of migrants, read and get involved, don't be shy. 

2. EXPLAIN: The Difference between Refugee and Migrant in one sentence. 

The For and Against: Sky News
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How Immigration actually works in the UK. 

3. ACTIONS: Donate items of clothing to a group of girls travelling down to Calais this weekend on a Calais Trip. 

Sign a petition to accept more asylum seekers and increase support for refugee migrants in the UK. 
 

A peak at the most talked about animations: 

                   

                

Next week, Saturday 12th September, Scenes of Reason will be joining Solidarity with Refugees March to interview the hosts and get some insight into how and why we should accept all refugees with open arms. We will also be interviewing the Department of Migration Studies, to find out if it is feasible.

In other words, stay tuned and join the conversation with Scenes of Reason.


 

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