Rather than opening informed and educative conversations that would support us to have more responsible and informed reactions, the British Press focuses on language and narratives which escalate people's fears and prejudices towards people seeking to come to the U.K.
The Graduation Approach Is Helping Refugees and Displaced People Become Self-reliant so They Are no Longer Dependent on Aid Today, the world is facing a global migration crisis. The number of forcibly displaced people around the world is greater than the
This article is an adapted extract from the document: Working towards inclusion Refugees within the national Systems of Ethiopia. INTRODUCTION Ethiopia provides protection to 894,w000 refugees and asylum seekers from 24 countries, making it the second largest hosting country in Africa and the
An Interview with LIVED Founder Katherine Baxter Katherine Baxter is Founder and Co-Director of LIVED, a non-profit that engages with displaced youth from around the world through documentary filmmaking. The documentaries and film workshops enable a new perspective for the kids and
“I remember the first time I ever met a refugee,” recalls Doug Hewitt, Co-Founder of 1951 Coffee Company, a specialty coffee nonprofit that provides job training and employment to the refugee community in the San Francisco Bay Area. As a