Stories about Refugees from January, 2020
Doing journalism in a deadly narco state
"The country is in pain. Telling these stories means it’s also necessary to tell what causes them, but that’s just where more problems begin."
Subdued recognition in Japan for Sugihara Chiune on 75th anniversary of Auschwitz liberation
As a diplomat in Lithuania in 1940, Sugihara issued 6,000 visas for Jews looking to flee to the Americas via Japan.
From Cox's Bazar to Yangon, poets show solidarity with Rohingya minority in Myanmar
"Myanmar’s oppression dispersed our ethnic minorities, now our poetries bring us together."
The real reasons people are fleeing Honduras
Hondurans live in a narco-state whose leadership is supported by the United States and which suffers from widespread corruption, gender violence, gang control, land-grabs, and the effects of climate change.
From Indonesian exile to Czechoslovakian pop star: An interview with Rony Marton
Jaroni Surjomartono, an Indonesian scholar, arrived in Prague in 1963. He and hundreds of scholars were later banned from returning home after General Suharto rose to power.