Anderline Amamgbo

Anderline Amamgbo was born in 1991. She lives both in England and Italy. She is a translator, interpreter. Speaks 3 languages ​​namely Italian, English and Igbo. Former owner of a consulting agency and practices on immigration. For years, she deals with human rights, immigration, political and humanitarian issues, refugees and African history. She's member of Amnesty International, and also member of the European Solidarity Corps project of the European Commission and collaborator with the Italian association ADIF-Rights Association and Borders http://www.a-dif.org. Currently author at Pressenza Italy.

Spain: Congress of Deputies asked not to consider prison officers as agents of authority

26 organisations ask the Congress of Deputies to backtrack and not to approve prison officers as agents of authority. They claim that the amendment proposed by UN Podemos and PSOE opens the door to the policeization of prison officers, as…

Biafra: MASSOB Calls for referendum assisted by the United Nations after Nigeria’s quit-notice statement

Leader of the Movement for the Actualisation of the Sovereign State Of Biafra (MASSOB) Uchenna Madu has announced that all the groups working for the peaceful restoration of Biafra will work together to restore Biafra through a United Nations monitored…

South Africa: Anti-immigrant protests erupt in Pretoria

An anti-foreigner mob of about 1,000 people rampaged across South Africa’s capital city on Friday, assaulting and looting, in the latest dangerous escalation of tensions over immigration. The march nearly turned disastrous when the mob entered a Pretoria neighbourhood dominated by…

Cameroon expels 500 Nigerians fleeing Boko Haram

Thousands of Nigerians have been displaced by the Boko Haram insurgency. The UN High Commissioner for Refugees said it was “very concerned” after 517 Nigerians were expelled, including 313 who had requested asylum. As of February 17, more than 61,000 Nigerian…