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Refugees

Saman Dawood
The fire in the Sharya refugee camp highlights the plight of thousands of displaced Yazidis unable to return to Sinjar, due to the presence of armed groups and political disputes between Baghdad and Erbil.
Tamer Mawafi
Combatting violence against women in Egypt remains an uphill battle. Yet, the success of Storybook, which allows women to anonymously share their experiences, offers a glimmer of hope.
Jan Egeland
Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait and Qatar must act now to avert a manmade famine unfolding on their doorstep.
Marie Melham and Ahmad Haj Hamdo
The laws in Turkey, alongside the Syrian refugee women’s ignorance of what their rights are, has caused them to face many problems. This report highlights the stories of the women caught between the Syrian and Turkish laws.
Hazm Al-Mazouni
“The countries that have responded to the Syrian conflict with the largest amount of aid are among the countries that have closed their doors to refugees and asylum seekers, at a high cost…”
Layla Yammine
From a distance, Essam, the landowner, watches and listens to Um-Mahmoud sing all day. He looks at me and says: “I’m 40 years old now, and for 40 years I’ve been hearing her singing here in the plains.
لتصلكم نشرة درج الى بريدكم الالكتروني