Stories about Ethnicity & Race from November, 2016
Law Professor Says Trinidad and Tobago’s Education Failures Are an Abuse of Human Rights
Trinidad and Tobago's longstanding commitments to universal education are juxtaposed with the harsh reality of society's marginalised.
In Iran, the Kurdish Struggle Remains in the Shadows
The Kurdish struggle remains one of the most compelling storylines of the Middle East. The Kurds of Iran are active, but often ignored by the international community.
I’m Qatari, and I Want to Be Able to Decide For Myself Who I Marry
"My marriage changed me. It took my outside my bubble, and made me question our culture’s values."
The World According to Russian Stereotypes
RuNet Echo explores popular stereotypes about foreigners gleaned from autocomplete suggestions generated by the website Yandex, Russia’s most popular Internet search engine.
Puerto Ricans Consider a Future Under Governor Rosselló and President Trump
Human rights activists in Puerto Rico examine the potential consequences of conservative policies from President Donald Trump and Governor Ricardo Roselló.
#NotMyPrince Hashtag Uses Prince Harry's Upcoming Caribbean Visit to Resist ‘Colonisation of the Mind’
"Why is it necessary for the Crown to have any symbolic, ceremonial or constitutional role in the 21st century Caribbean?"
Four Animated Videos That Advocate Religious Tolerance and Protection of Child Refugees in Myanmar
There have been intermittent clashes between Buddhist nationalists and Muslim minority groups in several communities, especially in the western part of Myanmar.
In Paraguay, Many of the Country's Poorest Girls Undergo Slavery Just to Receive an Education
Despite laws, a supposedly free educational system and agreements to protect children, many girls from Paraguay's poorest communities must submit themselves to "criadazgo" in order to access formal education.
America, I Used to Love You
The election of Donald Trump has broken the hearts of many around the world who love America.
Melbourne Locals Welcome Syrian Refugees With Open Arms—and Butterflies
"Our butterflies are a reminder that even the smallest action can have a far-reaching effect."
This Museum in a Protest Camp Documents the Struggles of Lumad Indigenous Peoples in the Philippines
"This museum is unlike modern or academic museums that tend to treat indigenous images and things merely as pretty relics for display,"
Bosnia and Herzegovina's Census Shows the Demography of Division and the Reality of Illiteracy
Initial results of the Bosnia and Herzegovina census shows that decades of nationalistic politics have entrenched ethnic and religious differences, reconfirming the ethnic cleansing 'gains' from the 1990s war.
Pro-Kurdish Party's Leaders Arrested in Turkey Amid Strengthening Crackdown
Selahattin Demirtas and Figen Yuksekdag were arrested as part of a counter-terrorism investigation, media reported.