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Right to live and think

My name is Mare. I’m from Estonia and I moved abroad about four years ago. If I think back, I even didn’t know then why I had to move – I just felt that it’s time to go. Don’t get me wrong: I do love my country and it will...
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15 things you won’t appreciate in Germany

A few weeks ago we published a post called “20 things you will love in Germany”. It was a compilation of popular interview answers from a diverse group of multicoolties, who are happily living in Germany. The blog post got some controversy comments to what was written in the list… so...
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Together we Rock!

Thousands of people gathered yesterday in Mülheim, Cologne during Birlikte Festival (ed. – Turkish word for “Together”) to protest against racism and to celebrate diversity and multiculturalism. Here, more than 11 years ago, a nail bomb exploded on the street and injured 22 people. Several of the victims were treated as the suspects of organizing...
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It takes two to tango

Has multiculturalism failed in Germany? To a certain degree. Immigrants from European countries have no problems fitting in, in my opinion. There are, however, many people, often with muslim background, who live her since ages, but are not able to speak a word of German and are not willing to integrate....
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I love Germany

I find Germany incredibly beautiful! Old town of Bonn, Potsdam, Berlin, Lübeck, Cologne, Hamburg… these places are amazing! It all started many years ago thanks to my friends who lived in Germany and I simply fell in love with the country. I have really loved every place I have ever...
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From Mare Nostrum to Mare Mostrum

From the operation Mare Nostrum that, as claimed by several advocacy groups, saved thousands of lives at sea in 2014 to the new operation Triton, that only saves borders and not people, the Mediterranean Sea has turned into the Mare Mostrum (monster sea – ed.) and became the largest cemetery in...
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Like us and win

Help us boost Multicoolty, invite your friends to like Multicoolty and you may win a sweatshirt! It’s easy! Like us, leave a comment on our posts and tag at least 3 friends for your chance to win our sweatshirt. If your friends like Multicoolty as well, you could be the lucky winner! Soooo, have fun and...
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It does not work

Has multicultural society failed in Germany? Yes and it is OK so. Germany is already overcrowded and many immigrants refuse to integrate and accept our values!!! They also cost a lot of money for the social system here…  Sometimes it just does not work…  
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Germany is Europe’s engine

I think that without Germany a strong European Union could not exist. Even the thought, that Germany would leave the EU, is unimaginable because in this case EU would fall apart. No other country has the power to break the European Union down. Germany is Europe’s engine.
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Welcome Multicoolty Italia

We are expanding our multicoolty family and launching Multicoolty Italia! And we want you to be part of it! The idea of Multicoolty Italia was born simply because… Italy, just like Germany and many other European countries, is becoming increasingly multicultural and global! We will provide a glimpse into the lives...
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It’s not enough to say I’m sorry

I think it’s very important that we strengthen mutual understanding in our society and that we really work together to make things better! The problem we’re facing right now is fundamentalism. In my opinion its roots are also socioeconomic. It has a lot to do with failed opportunities to foster...
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Work hard and you will achieve your goals

Hello there, my name is Dzevad. I come from a country that does not exist anymore – Yugoslavia and I speak the language that can be considered as politically incorrect – Serbo-Croatian. I was born in Peć, which is situated in Kosovo now, earlier it was Serbia. I came to Germany in...
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Multicoolty auf Deutsch

Multicoolty ist jetzt auch auf Deutsch! Wir freuen uns immer auf Ihr Feedback! Ihre Meinung ist uns sehr wichtig!! Fragen? Kritik? Empfehlungen? Wir hören gern von Ihnen.
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Germans are my type of people

My name is Soheon Kim, I am 24 year old and I am from South Korea. I finished my Bachelor’s degree in one of the best universities there, with a major in Western history and minor in journalism. But even with such a notorious university and a couple of internships I was not...
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