Category: Immigration and Immigration Law
It’s really hard, and when it’s all said and done doesn’t appear to be for everyone. But most of us know it’s an incredibly noble, brave and courageous thing to do. So let’s break down four reasons to go back home and three reasons to stay put in the diaspora.
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After brilliant guest posts from Acolyte and Seinlife that touch on this subject, I felt that this post was in order. After all, it’s something that almost every international student must encounter at some point.
NB: I also find it very cool to be getting a guest post from an African living in the UK. The first of hopefully many.
First of all: I am now the proud owner of displacedafrican.com. This means that if you would like to visit this website you can now find it by typing in either:
a) www.displacedafrican.com OR;
Hopefully that will make finding this website a lot easier for many of you.
To refer to the check-list that you will guide you in immigrating to Australia within a week please refer to the Introduction post in the series.
Private Transport: Driving
I Thought Africa Was a Country! Aren’t You All Naked Savages Living in a Jungle Desert?: Why These Stereotypes Ultimately Don’t Matter
Ladies and gentlemen, here I am yet again with my two cents on an issue that we as Africans run into when we are in foreign countries A LOT. I have realized that my writing style is a very disjointed incomplete one and so forgive me but I will say this often, I know that this article doesn’t capture the whole complexity of the situation, but hopefully it will stir your thought in the right direction.
Have you ever heard or known someone who has heard the following: Read more »
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Racism in Australia
I work with the disabled about once or twice a week. A couple of days ago I was helping a disabled man with his morning routine. Over the course of the past couple of weeks we have become pretty good buds. By this I mean, we speak to each other on a very personal ‘man to man’ basis as opposed to a professional or superficial level of conversation.
It was at this level of familiarity and kinship that I got an insight into the Australian Caucasian that I never would have got otherwise.
Today I came across this article that looks like it was written by an Australian man and I just thought I would share it with y’all to look at and make your own conclusions on below that I have attached my comment that I left on his post: Read more »
How cool is this picture, I wish I had the Australian equivalent