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Spaces and Exchanges

The notion I'm going to speak about is spaces and exchanges. First of all I'm going to define this notion. A space can be an interval, an occupied or unoccupied area, it implies that there can be limits, borders. An exchange is an act of giving and receiving, it’s can be social, economic, political, cultural.

So in relation to this notion, my presentation will deal with this question: What drives people to leave their country to go and live in an other country?

Firstly, I would like to talk about London, a city referred as the 6th french city.

Finally, I would like to see the consequences of ERASMUS program, responsible for 1 million babies

Let’s talk about London, in an interview of some young french professionals who have chosen to live in London we learn that the reason is principally professional. One of them explain that it’s easier to find a job because of in London an employer can hire and sack an employee more easily than in France.

Therefore, unemployment is lower than is France so young professionals decide to leave France for London.

Let’s see now, the program ERASMUS. In the document “European’s Erasmus study abroad program is ‘responsible for 1 million babies’”, Erasmus can be considered as a way of exchange students and give them access to have transnational relationship. We see that forty percent of Erasmus students moved to other countries after graduating to live and work abroad.

To conclude, I think that the situation of people and countries where they live influence them to leave there country for another.

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