Jina Moore over at BuzzFeed News looked into sexual and gender-based violence of women traveling through central and western Europe — Those who make the trip from Syria, Iraq, or Afghanistan can count on the volunteers to cook them food, UNHCR to give them blankets, and, in some places along the way, the Red Cross […]Read More On refugees facing sexual and gender-based violence
After two weeks in the US, there is lots to catch up on: Sam Jones in the Guardian noting Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein’s concerns over rhetoric echoing that from the 1938 Evian conference Lamis Abdelaaty and Rebecca Hamlin posting on the Monkey Cage blog that political pressure can change the meaning of “migrant” and “refugee” at […]Read More On catching up
Ben Rawlence writes in the New York Times of one of the other refugee crises — protracted situations by way of long-term refugee camps, Dadaab is not an anachronism, or a hangover from a former world order. It is the future. It wasn’t supposed to be this way. Dadaab was created as a short-term haven […]Read More On the other refugee crisis
John Oliver over at Last Week Tonight addressed migrants and refugees,Read More On lazy migrants?
Hannah Postel, Cynthia Rathinasamy and Michael Clemens over at the Center for Global Development’s Views from the Center blog investigate the numbers being thrown casually around in the media about Europe’s refugee crisis — Journalists have warned you that there are now 60 million refugees worldwide, and that Europe faces “the worst refugee crisis since World War […]Read More On numbers