As we continue into the monsoon season in Bangladesh the effects of the sustained rainfall, winds and tidal surges are making life in the refugee camps of the Cox’s Bazar...

Hello and welcome to MOAS… Resettlement can be a daunting prospect. There’s the language, the culture, the customs, a different lifestyle. Will I be accepted, will we integrate? These are concerns...

With 40 people still trapped in limbo in the Central Mediterranean, MOAS calls on European governments to urgently agree and implement a coordinated, long-term strategy for disembarking and relocating migrants...

MOAS raises serious concerns over the funding of essential services for Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh and its consequences during the monsoon season. The Joint Response Plan (JRP) for 2018 requested around...

In June 2018, almost 1 in 10 people died or went missing after departing the Libyan coast by boat. As this grim figure demonstrates, the Central Mediterranean is currently experiencing...

I am deeply saddened by the recent news of a woman who barely survived, after clinging to the wreckage of a destroyed migrant boat off the Libyan coast. Another woman...

There are few sports that can grip people quite like football.  This year’s FIFA World Cup in Russia has been no exception.  Every four years, 32 international teams compete to...

135.7 million. This is the number of people that are directly affected by a humanitarian crisis around the world (UN OCHA). Violence is the driver behind most of their stories,...

Monsoon season has arrived in Bangladesh, bringing huge risks to the Rohingya refugees living in overcrowded camps in the Cox’s Bazar region. In early June, the ISCG, which is responsible...