Migrants

Rohingya Crisis: Won’t the Issue be resolved?

by Hafizur Talukdar Almost four years have passed. But the Rohingya issue was not resolved. There is not much movement in Rohingya as various issues have been created in the country. The Rohingya people started fleeing from Myanmar to Bangladesh…

The international community can learn a lot from Bangladesh’s ‘Humanity’

by Hafizur Talukdar The Father of the Nation of Bangladesh, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, pledged to stand by the oppressed and downtrodden people of the world in his foreign policy. The humanity that our current Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has…

Who Will Bear the Financial Burden of Rohingyas?

by Kazi Jamshed As of July 2021, only $366 million of the total required, around $1 billion, humanitarian assistance fund for the Rohingyas has been disbursed. The disbursement has declined to 34 percent, which used to be within the range…

Loueila Mint: “There is nothing more revolutionary than treating others well”.

We open this second series of builders of the future, with the Saharawi lawyer and activist, Loueila Mint, protagonist of the documentary Aquí estamos by Javier Ríos, in which the plight of migrants arriving in the Canary Islands from Africa…

Celebrating the 2021 National Indigenous Peoples Month

Migrant Igorots Welcomed on a Tauranga Marae by New Zealand’s Tangata Whenua (Locals)   Indigenous Culture by Genevieve Balance-Kupang National Indigenous Peoples Month is held every October. This October 10, the Catholic churches in the Philippines commemorate the Indigenous Peoples Sunday.…

Human Frontiers

“Chile, lindo País esquina con vista al mar”, was the title of a play by the prestigious Ictus theatre that premiered in 1979. The play aimed to denounce the excess of mercantilism that at that time was installed in Chilean…

Korea: a call for reformation of the residency status system for migrant cultural artists

Culture and the Arts     A committee for the Reformation of the Residency Status System for Migrant Cultural Artists held a press conference on 29 September 2021 in front of the Sejong Center for the Performing Arts, Gwanghwamun square…

From the Santa María School to shameful xenophobia

The saltpetre workers could no longer put up with the weekly tokens and the punishing stocks. Those were times of humiliation in the industry. They had to fight. Men, women and children crossed the pampa and the dryness of silence,…

Haitians Fleeing “Unacceptable Misery” Greeted by Whips and Shackles at U.S. Border

Images of U.S. Border Patrol agents on horseback whipping Haitian asylum seekers as they waded across the Rio Grande River into Texas shocked the world this week. After as many as 15,000 refugees arrived, sheltering under a bridge in Del…

Locked in and neglected: more human rights violations in the Samos hotspot

With a new report, Still I Rise denounces the discrimination and mistreatment suffered by refugees and asylum seekers in Greece during the management of the COVID-19 emergency Throughout the pandemic, asylum seekers residing in the Samos hotspot were subjected to…

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