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Image: © UNHCR/Catianne TijerinaAs International Youth Day is approaching (August 12th), this week we want to highlight some uplifting stories of young refugees who distinguished themselves for their motivation, strength,...

  With the onset of monsoon season in Bangladesh, the destructive impacts of heavy monsoon rainfall are once again being experienced throughout the country. Many districts, particularly in the north, have...

Image: Nicolas Economou30th July marks United Nations World Day against Trafficking in Persons, established to raise awareness of the plight of human trafficking victims, and promote and protect their rights....

Many of us feel passionately about certain political, humanitarian or environmental cause and are keen to find ways to support our favorite charities. Not all of us, however, have the...

  “Humanitarian corridors are a message to Europe to remind it that building walls is not the solution to resolve the migrant crisis.”  Paolo Gentiloni, Minister of Foreign Affairs, on the arrival...

In the past few days we have witnessed an array of different events surrounding the topic of migration in Europe. We continue to see migrants lose their lives in the...

Jordan’s Za’atari refugee camp solar power plant (Credit: UNHCR/Yousef Al Hariri).2020 was predicted to be a major year for undertaking action to mitigate the effects of the climate crisis. Following...

MOAS has been based in Malta since our inception in 2013 and have always been passionate advocates for migrants and refugees on the island. To this day, we continue to...

Image: Alkis Konstantinidis/ReutersAs the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact our lives, countries that have managed to prevent major outbreaks have begun to ease anti-coronavirus measures. One such country is Greece, which...

Imagine fleeing violence, persecution and genocide. Taking only what you can carry in your hands, walking for days and crossing an international border, looking for safety and security. Imagine beginning...