We are Kenyans Through and Through; Don’t Force Us Out. Refugees Plead as Kenya Gears to Close Camps
“I see myself as a Kenyan and Kakuma is my home” are the first words that come out of Shadrack Bazompora when asked about the looming closures of Kakuma and Continue Reading
Poland is on the road of restricting women’s rights once again, only a few months after the anti abortion law enforcement in January 2021. The country’s decision to leave the Continue Reading
In many parts of the world, companies now embrace Pride with lucrative sponsorships and supportive social media campaigns. But does ‘pinkwashing’ come at a cost? Berlin is a city where some people are trying to do things differently.
A new University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) study shows, a roadmap to citizenship for undocumented individuals and immigration reform could add $1.5 trillion to the US Economy over the next decade. Continue Reading
With 5 months to go until German voters head to the polls, there are contrasting fortunes for the leaders of the two parties likely to be the largest in the next Bundestag. Whilst the CDU’s Armin Laschet has to overcome party disharmony, the Greens Annalena Baerbock has her eyes on the chancellorship.
Conservative governments across Eastern Europe oppose the Istanbul Convention, the treaty designed to protect women against all forms of violence. Earlier this week, Poland moved to replace Istanbul Convention, the Continue Reading