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by Mohamed Arkou Governments have an obligation under international human rights law to protect refugees and asylum seekers, and this includes providing a fair system that safeguards basic freedoms and human rights. One that also ensures that asylum seekers will not to be returned to danger

Last month, we celebrated Nowruz, the start of the new year for many of our participants. Our participant, Ronahi Hasan, wrote a piece on her blog to mark the celebration.   The full post can be found here: https://ronahihasan.wordpress.com/2022/03/19/syrian-kurds-rojava-kurdistan-celebrate-the-kurdish-new-year-newroz-in-britain/   Every year on March 21st, the Kurdish people celebrate Newroz. In

Interviews by Veronica Otero In celebration of International Women’s Day on 8th March 2021, we wanted to take the opportunity to champion the experiences and advice from some of our talented women journalists in our networks. We believe in the power of telling our stories as a

A photographic project highlighting the need to fight sexual violence against women and girls around the world by Ivanovitch Ingabire. Ivanovitch Ingabire is a Burundian photographer and video maker currently living in the Dzaleka Refugee Camp in Malawi.  He is working as a volunteer with Fraternidade Sem Fronteiras, an NGO helping refugees

This was supposed to be done on World Mental Health Day, but ironically I only learned about it the night before. So it has taken me some time.Every single day while I’m trying to get more work, I face a straightforward question: “Do you have