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From Ottoman railway lines to contemporary migrant transportation
Rozita Dimova

transport, although the passenger trains run only in the summer months. The 2015–16 migration wave revealed different stakeholders involved in the crisis: the migrants; the rail company employees, who complained of the harsh working conditions, given the massive influx of people; the managers of the state-owned company in Macedonia, which at one time even saw the crisis as a source of profit; the politicians and state regulators addressing public transport; and also NGO activists who tried to assist the displaced people on their

in Border porosities
Stewart Allen

trainees are able to test whether it is working to proscribed standards. The first circuit that the trainees learn to test is the lamp-inverter circuit. The lamp is first of all connected to the output terminals of the power supply in the volts setting and the course regulator turned to 12.2 V. The trainee flicks the switch and waits for the read-out. If the lamp is working correctly, the CFL tube will flicker on and start glowing. The power supply reading is then switched to amps. If everything is working as expected, the lamp will display a reading of between 0.75 and

in An ethnography of NGO practice in India