Stranded in No Man's Land
Nearly 7,000 Rohingya Refugees Finally Make Their Way To Settlements In Cox's Bazar, BangladeshEnter
Cox's Bazar - Más de 6.900 refugiados rohingya que estaban varados en pésimas condiciones en Anjuman fueron transferidos por los militares de ese país a varios asentamientos...
soy migrante es una campaña y una plataforma. Hemos creado un lugar para las historias personales de los refugiados y migrantes. Queremos cuestionar los estereotipos contra los migrantes y las expresiones de odio en la política y...
Meet baby Mohammad Anas 20 days old today
Weighing only 1.5 kilograms, tiny baby Mohammad Anas can fit in the palm of your hands. He was rushed to the IOM, UN Migration Agency, medical clinic in Leda, Cox’s Bazar. Mohammad Anas is one of the over 500,000 Rohingya refugees, who crossed in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, having fled violence in Northern Rakhine State, Myanmar. 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.
Some 15 years of destructive volcanic eruptions totally and definitively devastated the South of Montserrat in the Leeward Islands, British West Indies, including Plymouth the capital city.
Meet baby Mohammad Anas, who is 20 days old today. He weighs just 1.5 kilograms and is so tiny he can fit into the palm of both hands.
It was 32 degrees Celsius outside, a sunny day in the last week of August. Yet, I vividly remember getting the chills.