Photographer captures the British immigrant
Rosie Milne of The Telegraph talked to photographer Charlie Clift.
His series entitled ‘Brits Abroad’ shows the human side of international movement – ‘forget the statistics on immigration, and remember that each immigrant, or expat, is unique.’ On his photography tour of Spain, Clift commented on ‘how important retaining national identity was for the majority of expats.’
Clift’s work will be coming to London’s Twelve Star Gallery in Europe House soon.
Charlie Clift – http://www.charliecliftphotography.com
Telegraph – http://bit.ly/1PtWsie
A different lens captures a different side of immigration
Juan Medina captures the horrors of the Mediterranean as immigrants embark on the most dangerous of crossings in an attempt to reach the European continent.
Images are disturbing, however, they tell a necessary truth as Europe is plunged into crisis regarding the matter.
BBC – http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-32433547
Singapore-based expats go native with education
According to an article in the Wall Street Journal, more expat students are enrolling in local schools rather than the traditional international school system.
‘Avoiding the expat ‘bubble’’ is a key motive for families looking for their children to embrace local culture. Beyond this cost plays a massive factor with international schools costing far more than the state provided.
Wall Street Journal – http://on.wsj.com/1bXsODR