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  • metropole_vie - Metropole - Vienna in English @metropole_vie 1 week ago
  • Your #fridayread :⁣⠀
Interior Minister Herbert Kickl (FPÖ) wants to limit the hourly wage for asylum seekers who provide Hilfstätigkeiten (assistance) in Austria. To date, cities and municipalities have been able set the compensation. In the future, no more than €1.50 euros per hour are supposed to be paid. The suggestion is under review.⁣⠀
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The draft by Interior Minister Kickl is targeted at so-called Remuneranten tätigkeiten (paid activities) possible for asylum seekers coming to Austria. In all other cases, they have to wait three months before they are allowed to work in a Mangelberuf (understaffed profession). For example, as seasonal workers in tourism or as harvesters.⁣⠀
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Provincial Councilors for Integration of the SPÖ, Neos and Greens criticized Kickl’s plans. Salzburg Councillor Andrea Klambauer (Neos) says this is yet another example “guaranteeing that integration won’t work." Tiroler Landesrätin Gabriele Fischer (Greens) criticized the plan as a mix of populism and deterrence, “which divides a society for years to come. It is simply taking even more away from those who have nothing anyway.” ⁣⠀
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⁣⠀#news #viennanews #austrianews #austria #politics #political #asylum #asylumseekers #vienna #viennascene #viennalife #viennanow #newsletter #newsies #newspapers #read #goodread #readnow #readthis #readersofinsta #europe #euronews Your #fridayread :⁣⠀ Interior Minister Herbert Kickl (FPÖ) wants to limit the hourly wage for asylum seekers who provide Hilfstätigkeiten (assistance) in Austria. To date, cities and municipalities have been able set the compensation. In the future, no more than €1.50 euros per hour are supposed to be paid. The suggestion is under review.⁣⠀ ⁣⠀ The draft by Interior Minister Kickl is targeted at so-called Remuneranten tätigkeiten (paid activities) possible for asylum seekers coming to Austria. In all other cases, they have to wait three months before they are allowed to work in a Mangelberuf (understaffed profession). For example, as seasonal workers in tourism or as harvesters.⁣⠀ ⁣⠀ ⁣⠀ Provincial Councilors for Integration of the SPÖ, Neos and Greens criticized Kickl’s plans. Salzburg Councillor Andrea Klambauer (Neos) says this is yet another example “guaranteeing that integration won’t work." Tiroler Landesrätin Gabriele Fischer (Greens) criticized the plan as a mix of populism and deterrence, “which divides a society for years to come. It is simply taking even more away from those who have nothing anyway.” ⁣⠀ ⁣⠀ @die_siedlerin ⁣⠀ Familiar with this story? Thoughts? Leave a comment 🤓⁣⠀ Read more on Metropole's weekly newsletter✨⁣metropole.at ⠀ ⁣⠀ ⁣⠀ ⁣⠀#news #viennanews #austrianews #austria #politics #political #asylum #asylumseekers #vienna #viennascene #viennalife #viennanow #newsletter #newsies #newspapers #read #goodread #readnow #readthis #readersofinsta #europe #euronews
  • Your #fridayread :⁣⠀ Interior Minister Herbert Kickl (FPÖ) wants to limit the hourly wage for asylum seekers who provide Hilfstätigkeiten (assistance) in Austria. To date, cities and municipalities have been able set the compensation. In the future, no more than €1.50 euros per hour are supposed to be paid. The suggestion is under review.⁣⠀ ⁣⠀ The draft by Interior Minister Kickl is targeted at so-called Remuneranten tätigkeiten (paid activities) possible for asylum seekers coming to Austria. In all other cases, they have to wait three months before they are allowed to work in a Mangelberuf (understaffed profession). For example, as seasonal workers in tourism or as harvesters.⁣⠀ ⁣⠀ ⁣⠀ Provincial Councilors for Integration of the SPÖ, Neos and Greens criticized Kickl’s plans. Salzburg Councillor Andrea Klambauer (Neos) says this is yet another example “guaranteeing that integration won’t work." Tiroler Landesrätin Gabriele Fischer (Greens) criticized the plan as a mix of populism and deterrence, “which divides a society for years to come. It is simply taking even more away from those who have nothing anyway.” ⁣⠀ ⁣⠀ @die_siedlerin ⁣⠀ Familiar with this story? Thoughts? Leave a comment 🤓⁣⠀ Read more on Metropole's weekly newsletter✨⁣metropole.at ⠀ ⁣⠀ ⁣⠀ ⁣⠀#news #viennanews #austrianews #austria #politics #political #asylum #asylumseekers #vienna #viennascene #viennalife #viennanow #newsletter #newsies #newspapers #read #goodread #readnow #readthis #readersofinsta #europe #euronews
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  • texasbookfest - Texas Book Festival @texasbookfest 3 weeks ago
  • Happy Friday, y'all! We're sharing #FridayReads picks from members of our community, and today's #FridayRead comes from VCC of Festival Author Registration and Guides JoyJean Hughes (with help from her pup!): "THE WIDOW NASH  by Jamie Harrison is a book to love on many levels; you need only pick one or three or seven.  It’s a story about the complicated love between a daughter and her frenetic, syphilitic father, which at the turn of the twentieth century was a terminal illness.  It’s a story about surviving physical and emotional abuse.  It is a story about obsession and the lengths a woman had to endure in order to establish her independence.  It’s a story about the harsh and beautiful American west and the types of people who chose to live in such an environment.  It’s a story of hope and friendship and the myriad types of love and obsessions we experience.  Long after the finished page, THE WIDOW NASH keeps you thinking about how love motivates our behavior and changes us forever." Happy Friday, y'all! We're sharing #fridayreads picks from members of our community, and today's #fridayread comes from VCC of Festival Author Registration and Guides JoyJean Hughes (with help from her pup!): "THE WIDOW NASH  by Jamie Harrison is a book to love on many levels; you need only pick one or three or seven.  It’s a story about the complicated love between a daughter and her frenetic, syphilitic father, which at the turn of the twentieth century was a terminal illness.  It’s a story about surviving physical and emotional abuse.  It is a story about obsession and the lengths a woman had to endure in order to establish her independence.  It’s a story about the harsh and beautiful American west and the types of people who chose to live in such an environment.  It’s a story of hope and friendship and the myriad types of love and obsessions we experience.  Long after the finished page, THE WIDOW NASH keeps you thinking about how love motivates our behavior and changes us forever."
  • Happy Friday, y'all! We're sharing #fridayreads picks from members of our community, and today's #fridayread comes from VCC of Festival Author Registration and Guides JoyJean Hughes (with help from her pup!): "THE WIDOW NASH  by Jamie Harrison is a book to love on many levels; you need only pick one or three or seven.  It’s a story about the complicated love between a daughter and her frenetic, syphilitic father, which at the turn of the twentieth century was a terminal illness.  It’s a story about surviving physical and emotional abuse.  It is a story about obsession and the lengths a woman had to endure in order to establish her independence.  It’s a story about the harsh and beautiful American west and the types of people who chose to live in such an environment.  It’s a story of hope and friendship and the myriad types of love and obsessions we experience.  Long after the finished page, THE WIDOW NASH keeps you thinking about how love motivates our behavior and changes us forever."
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  • lauraeatsbooks - Laura Eats Books @lauraeatsbooks 3 weeks ago
  • Happy Friday! For your #weekendread consideration, this is probably my favourite "post apocalyptic" novel, which is saying something considering how many speculative fiction books are out there. In #stationeleven, a terrifying disease wipes out most of the human race within days. The novel jumps from the days during which civilization is all but wiped out to years into the future. The decision not to set the book amid the scramble for resources and the danger of the standard 'end of the world' narrative is what makes it so special. Instead we meet the characters again as they begin to build a society from what is left: actors travelling and proforming shakespeare, a man curating a museum of old technologies in an abandoned airport. The message that the characters repeat, 'Survival is Insufficient', has stayed with me in the years since I read this book and is a reminder of how important culture and the arts are to a fully rounded life. @picadorbooks #fridayread #bookreview #bookreccomendation #bookworm #instabooks #instareads #readwomen #bookstagram #emilystjohnmandel Happy Friday! For your #weekendread consideration, this is probably my favourite "post apocalyptic" novel, which is saying something considering how many speculative fiction books are out there. In #stationeleven, a terrifying disease wipes out most of the human race within days. The novel jumps from the days during which civilization is all but wiped out to years into the future. The decision not to set the book amid the scramble for resources and the danger of the standard 'end of the world' narrative is what makes it so special. Instead we meet the characters again as they begin to build a society from what is left: actors travelling and proforming shakespeare, a man curating a museum of old technologies in an abandoned airport. The message that the characters repeat, 'Survival is Insufficient', has stayed with me in the years since I read this book and is a reminder of how important culture and the arts are to a fully rounded life. @picadorbooks #fridayread #bookreview #bookreccomendation #bookworm #instabooks #instareads #readwomen #bookstagram #emilystjohnmandel
  • Happy Friday! For your #weekendread consideration, this is probably my favourite "post apocalyptic" novel, which is saying something considering how many speculative fiction books are out there. In #stationeleven, a terrifying disease wipes out most of the human race within days. The novel jumps from the days during which civilization is all but wiped out to years into the future. The decision not to set the book amid the scramble for resources and the danger of the standard 'end of the world' narrative is what makes it so special. Instead we meet the characters again as they begin to build a society from what is left: actors travelling and proforming shakespeare, a man curating a museum of old technologies in an abandoned airport. The message that the characters repeat, 'Survival is Insufficient', has stayed with me in the years since I read this book and is a reminder of how important culture and the arts are to a fully rounded life. @picadorbooks #fridayread #bookreview #bookreccomendation #bookworm #instabooks #instareads #readwomen #bookstagram #emilystjohnmandel
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  • averyflynn - Avery Flynn @averyflynn 3 weeks ago
  • Need a #FridayRead Let me introduce you to Hudson.

Amazon - http://amzn.to/2AdnDvZ
Nook - http://bit.ly/2mrIYN9
iBooks - smarturl.it/TheCharmerAF
Kobo - http://bit.ly/2mqtucs Need a #fridayread Let me introduce you to Hudson. Amazon - http://amzn.to/2AdnDvZ Nook - http://bit.ly/2mrIYN9 iBooks - smarturl.it/TheCharmerAF Kobo - http://bit.ly/2mqtucs
  • Need a #fridayread Let me introduce you to Hudson. Amazon - http://amzn.to/2AdnDvZ Nook - http://bit.ly/2mrIYN9 iBooks - smarturl.it/TheCharmerAF Kobo - http://bit.ly/2mqtucs
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