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  • 96 pages 
  • 24cm x 16.5cm 
  • Published in Berlin, 2019 

Nansen launched in 2017 to tell the story of one migrant, one issue at a time. Published in Berlin, the capital city of a country that took in almost one million refugees in 2015, this magazine wants to celebrate and connect migrant communities around the world.


This issue encounters Kalaf Epalanga, best known as a founding MC of Buraka Som Sistema, a rambunctious music project that burst out of a Lisbon nightclub and onto the global stage in 2006.


In this issue:


  • Myths around Portuguese colonialism debunked
  • Get to know the Angolan kuduro beat and its vast impact on global club music
  • Judge a Worst Coloniser Contest
  • A discussion on parenting as a migrant
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