What If Turkey Drops Its “Human Bomb” on Europe? Hundreds of refugees and migrants aboard a fishing boat moments before being rescued by the Italian Navy as part of their Mare
Majority of Vulnerable Refugees Will Not Be Resettled in 2017 UNITED NATIONS, Jun 17 2016 (IPS) – Only a small percentage of the world’s most vulnerable refugees will be
Combating Rape Requires Cultural Change in Brazil “No more rapes, everyone against the 33” reads a sign in a Jun. 8 mass protest by women in the city of São Paulo.
The Roots of Misogyny Jun 16 2016 (Dawn, Pakistan) – The outpouring of anger and revulsion at the recent spate of murders of young women who tried to exercise their basic
New Guidelines Aim to Help Migrants Experiencing Crises A Palestinian family from Yarmouk camp in Syria now living on the fringes of Ein el Helwe camp in the south of Lebanon.
Leaving Saudi Arabia Jun 15 2016 (Dawn, Pakistan) – The Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia is not one pilgrims or foreign tourists normally visit. Set against the Persian
Youth Leaders Push for More Progressive Action to End HIV AIDS Loyce Maturu, a Zimbabwean living with AIDS since the age of 12 and an advocate for people living with HIV/AIDS,
From Somalia to Afghanistan: The Dangers Local Journalists Face Somali Journalists protesting in 2013 after their colleague Abdiaziz Abdinur Ibrahim was arrested for the story of
Politics of Numbers Jun 10 2016 (Dawn, Pakistan) – The Pakistan Economic Survey 2015-16 reminds us of our ticking population bomb. We are told that today the country`s
Polynesian Voyagers Bring Messages of Hope to UN on World Oceans Day UNITED NATIONS, Jun 8 2016 (IPS) – Polynesian voyagers who have sailed the world by canoe using ancient