A Peaceful Village
Weeks of Walking and a Three-Day Bus Journey South Sudanese Refugees Start a New Like in EthiopiaEnter
Sonia survived; she was rescued when her dinghy capsized on the Mediterranean Sea then transferred to a detention centre in Libya for 11 months. Watch here
Bishkek – One of the most keenly discussed topics at the meeting of the Almaty Process countries in Bishkek this week was the thorny subject of radicalization.
Bishkek – Sadbarg Gazieva, 38, sees more in the photographs than most of the other 100 or so people at the exhibition in the American University, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan.
So here we are, at the cusp of entering a new era on migration governance through the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration (GCM) to be reached in 2018.
Who doesn’t admire a go-getter with an enterprising spirit? It’s easy to think that entrepreneurship is simply the result of hard work and a can-do attitude, but there are some far more important ingredients: funding and expertise.
It’s now some forty days since the first of an estimated 507,000 people fled across the border to Bangladesh.
Syrian artist and architect, Mohamad Hafez has been homesick since the day he left Syria and moved to the United States in 2003. His homesickness will never go away, he says, because he will never again find the country he had left back then.