Stories about Refugees from August, 2018
Syrian refugees in Lebanon continue to play the resettlement waiting game
After five months of waiting, Abu Adel finally received a call: 'Apologies for the delay, but France did not accept your file.' The family is still under consideration for resettlement.
Another Australian prime minister deposed by internal party coup
"Funny how they call young people snowflakes and entitled when they are the most emotional, inconsistent and self-serving lot in this whole country."
Nicaragua's diaspora activists bear a ‘double burden’
The political and emotional challenges of diaspora activism are complex: "Receiving news firsthand also means feeling it firsthand."
Netizens flood the internet with support for monsoon victims in Kerala, India
"Kerala is striving together...to overcome the catastrophic flood. However...some are trying to malign this great effort with misinformation in the form of fake messages on social media."
With refugees evicted, France’s ‘Calais Jungle’ is now a nature preserve
Was the project is motivated by a desire to protect the area’s wildlife or was it an attempt at 'greenwashing' the forced eviction of migrants from their living spaces?