The coronavirus pandemic marked the lives of billions of people across the world in 2020. This time of universal suffering highlighted our shared human vulnerability. In particular, the pandemic exposed the plight of the poor and the great inequality that reigns in our world today.
‘It’s very difficult to forget what they did to us.’
No more refugees – this is the dangerous rhetoric emerging in Pakistan as instability escalates across the border in Afghanistan. The Taliban have gained territory at a shocking pace since the US and NATO allies accelerated troop withdrawals earlier this year.
The report maps out services available for asylum-seekers, refugees and migrants who have suffered abuses, including trafficking, along the migratory route in the Sahel and East Africa
Human Rights Watch insists Athens should ensure all asylum-seeking children are enrolled in coming school year.
Caritas Cyprus features in Cyprus Broadcasting’s Unseen Heroes Episode 24, which debuted on July 18, 2021.
A “third wave” of COVID-19 cases is filling hospital beds, exhausting oxygen stocks, and testing already overloaded health staff in the hardest-hit African countries.
Why do dominant media and political narratives about migration tend to focus on the relatively small number of refugees, asylum seekers, and migrants attempting to reach the Global North irregularly and overlook the important role of South-South migration in development, inequality, and humanitarian crises?
Looking for a new beginning, a trio from Cameroon jumped from the Venetian walls into what they thought was Nicosia.
Our Executive Manager joins Friedrich Ebert Stiftung for its podcast exploring how government decisions, societal perceptions and the media shape the migrant experience in Cyprus, Germany and Europe at large. …