Category: Refugees

The secret garden: greening refugee camps

By Myriam Fayad Food and nutrition security are about the right for everybody to access nutritious, affordable and sufficient food. Even though undernutrition globally...
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DiA Interview | Hilary Benn

Ex-Secretary of State for International Development and current Chair of the Exiting the European Union Select Committee Hilary Benn talks to Luke Humphrey
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Myanmar: democracy delayed

Clashes between Muslims and government authorities and claims of human rights violations against the Rohingya people in Rakhine are an opportunity for Myanmar to...
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I am not who you think I am

Rabia Nasimi explores the recent hardening of attitudes towards refugees and challenges preconceived ideas about why refugees come to the UK
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Calais: aid in the digital age

With the closure of the Calais refugee camp imminent, Megan Kilmister writes about an innovative campaign helping bring aid into the digital age by...

The Great Wall of Catastrophe

In this article Meg discusses the build of the wall in Calais to keep migrants from crossing the border into the UK and the...

The inefficient border industry

Recently, there has been a resurgence in the building of borders between countries. Carlos Arturo Aguilar questions the efficiency and effectiveness of this new industry....