Posts Tagged: Refugees
In the past 20 years, more than 17,000 refugees have died along Europe's borders.
Although known for decades for its oppressive behavior, Myanmar's government is capable of very little when it comes to conserving natural resources, promoting development, and protecting citizens.
The crisis of people-trafficking and sexual exploitation in Northeast Asia is not a nationalist issue; it is a gender issue.
Turkey is in the process of normalizing its asylum procedures and providing legal assistance for refugees seeking safety within its borders.
In Refugee Hotel, the authors give us captivating insight into the despair that confronts many refugees upon their landing, without re-victimizing their characters.
Afghans who have sacrificed their homes and futures to the U.S. occupation deserve the chance to make a new life abroad.
South Sudan's first birthday is marked by economic hardship and renewed conflict with Sudan.
The invasion of Somalia has spillover effects in Kenya.
A new book looks at the history and current importance of the sanctuary movement.
In the wake of the DSK case, stories of asylum cheats are spreading. But the reality is of honest, desperate people navigating a deeply flawed system.