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Egypt: A Hidden Uprising

"In pursuit of stunting the organization of uprisings, more than 2,000 Egyptians have been arrested in the last two weeks, preventing protest leaders and organizers from continuing to lead. A number of those jailed are still waiting to be released"

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Shamina Begum in 2015, courtesy of PA via BBC News 

In 2015, at the age of 15, the second-generation Bethnal Green local was radicalised and coaxed into abandoning her home to travel to Syria and join...

4 May 2018

Khalaf Dakheel is a 17-year old Yazidi refugee and journalist living in a  camp in Iraqi Kurdistan. A writer for the National Discourse with his work having featured in the Jerusalem Post, he often re...

22 Feb 2018

The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) is the primary international organisation advocating for refugee rights. The UNHCR 1951 Convention and 1967 Protocol Relating to...

A pressing issue that is not given enough attention in the media is the degree of violence experienced by migrants at EU borders and the transnational effects that holds. Iosif Kovras and Simon Robins...

28 Nov 2017

As informed individuals, we like to think that we are aware of the trials and tribulations faced by refugees. We have seen the various headlines surrounding the currents events in Syria, Yemen, and ot...

10 Apr 2017

On Friday 7th April, UNICEF On Campus St Andrews held the opening event of their Annual Symposium, their largest fundraising event of the year. The Symposium, which this year carries the theme of Migr...

7 Apr 2017

At a rally-style event in Florida on February 18th, President Trump illustrated his anti-immigration stance by alluding to a number of terror attacks in Europe. Alongside mentions of attacks in Paris,...

2 Mar 2017

“No matter who you are, your heart will turn black with so much abuse.” - Afghan refugee, 25, returning to Afghanistan, November 2016.

For the past 40 years, over 1.5 million registered Afghan refugees...

Amidst headlines saturated with an almost frenzied coverage of the recent United States presidential election, many news stories are drowned out and often go underreported, especially those involving...

13 Nov 2016

The Australian government maintains a strict rule that asylum seekers travelling by boat will be detained and subject to ‘offshore processing’ outside of the country. The ongoing Syrian Civil War and...

15 Aug 2016

On Tuesday August 9th, the Guardian released 2,000 incident reports from Australia's immigration detention and offshore asylum processing centre on the Island of Nauru, an island in the Central Pacifi...

8 Jul 2016

The room feels almost like the waiting area at a doctor’s office. Rows of seats with armrests dividing them, 5-foot-tall translucent dividers between waiting areas, a check-in desk with two women bein...

5 May 2016

In our 21st century world, true political defiance can occur through simple acts. The Financial Times recently published an article which presented migration as the most resourceful way to achieve rad...

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