By Zechariah Makuach Maror
When Rwandan national, Gashumba Alphonse, arrived in Uganda in 2004 as a 9-year-old refugee, he would not have imagined that twenty years later, he would be a self-sufficient farmer, with 20 employees and able to support his parents plus nine other family
The 2015 Burundian government’s violent clamp down on political demonstrations forced hundreds and thousands to seek refuge in neighbouring African nations. Arsène Arakaza was one of the many young students whose peaceful protests risked his life and liberties. Here he retraces his journey to freedom,
by Redwan Eid
Following Brexit, the UK continues its plans to shut its doors in asylum seekers’ faces, this time under the pretext of their “safety”.
On April 15th, Boris Johnson announced the British government’s recently-signed deal with Rwanda, which dictates that from 2022, asylum seekers who
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
by Douna Haj Ahmed
As a Syrian refugee living in the UK, I have met many people who entered this country illegally. They share their stories and tales of the horror-filled moments during the perilous journey through the seas and forests, searching for a safer existence.