VIDEO. La France, championne du monde des résidences secondaires

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VIDEO. La France, championne du monde des résidences secondaires. Il y a 3 177 000 résidences secondaires en France. Un record mondial. “Sur l’avenue Montaigne à Paris, il y a plus de résidences secondaires que de résidences principales”, commente le … Continue reading

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Cobe’s footbridge will create a travel hub at Køge North Station

Footbridges rarely serve any purpose beyond getting people across an obstacle. Through clever planning, however, a new footbridge in Køge, Denmark, will cre…

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Un pont de gare: Espace de transit ou lieu de vie?

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Workshop: Kunsttopographien globaler Migration: Orte und Räume transitorischer Kunsterfahrung

Einladung zu öffentlichen Vorträgen von Ingo Vetter (HfK) und Cédric Duchêne-Lacroix (Universität Basel) am 28.11.2014 an der HfKDie Hochschule für Künste Bremen und die Jacobs University Bremen laden im Rahmen des Workshops „Kunsttopographien globaler Migration: Orte und Räume transitorischer Kunsterfahrung“ zu zwei … Continue reading

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La Suisse en manque d’étudiants européens après avoir restreint la libre circulation LE MONDE

Un article récent d’Isabelle Rey-Lefebvre du quotidien français Le Monde <<La fermeture de la Suisse aux étrangers pénalise son enseignement supérieur. Après le succès de la votation du 9 février restreignant l’accueil des étrangers au nom du refus de l’« immigration de … Continue reading

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Conf: Multilocality in the Global South and North, a Post

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A Post of Kayly Ober about our international conference in Dortmund. << On 18-19 September 2014, the Technical University of Dortmund held a conference on “Multilocality in the Global South and North: Factors, features and policy implications.” The name of … Continue reading

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Living Apart, Together: Why Some Couples are Forgoing Cohabitation – | – Science of Relationships

First comes love, then comes…? These days, the answer may be a U-Haul truck. For many c…

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How to Handle a Long Distance Relationship: Lessons From Losing – Huffington Post UK

I knew the long distance thing would be challenging, but I’d hoped that it might become easier over time. Long distance, though, can make the most firm relationship feel fragile regardless of hope, time and expectation.

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Living Apart Together and Living Together Apart: Impacts of Partnership-Related and Job-Related Circular Mobility on Partnership Quality – Springer

Living apart together arrangements have an upside: http://t.co/uVPeBwWIKH

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When to fly to get there on time? Six million flights analyzed. – Decision Science News

We analyzed over six million flights to help you decide on the best time to travel to avoid delays.

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Generation Emigration is on the move…

After three years, more than 1,000 posts and 500 emigrant voices stories written by Irish people scattered around the world, the Generation Emigration blog is growing into a larger section and moving to a new location on irishtimes.com.

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