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Mohamad Ali 'Dali' Agrebi is a 25-year-old Tunisian theatre artist currently studying art at the University of Malta. His partner is 30-year-old professional contemporary dancer and choreographer - Chakib Zidi,...

As we approach the giving season here at MOAS we want to document the perspectives of those people whose lives have been irrevocably disrupted by crisis, yet who choose to...

  Check out the latest MOAS podcast focusing on operations in Yemen.   Hello  Hi and welcome to latest MOAS podcast where we'll be talking about MOAS's operations in Yemen. We'll also be speaking to...

Since 2015, when we started to focus on Rohingya refugees, we listened to their testimonies, first in Myanmar and then in Bangladesh. The Rohingya, a stateless Muslim minority, have been...

At a relatively short distance from Europe, Libya has for some time served as a transit country for migrants, some of whom intend to cross the Mediterranean and enter the...

Since the end of 2014 Yemen has been experiencing a bloody civil war across the country, which has had a devastating impact on the local population. Thousands of civilians have...

The Rohingya crisis at a glance:  Myanmar does not recognise the Rohingya as citizens, meaning that they are effectively stateless. This creates severe challenges for them in accessing healthcare, education, employment...

Today marks 6 years since the tragedy in which 368 people lost their lives, when their boat capsized off of the island of Lampedusa. The fishing vessel had set sail from...

Our sister organisation released a new report last month examining the experiences of Rohingya refugees who have fled from Bangladesh to nearby Malaysia. This blog outlines the findings – how...

Two years have passed since the start of the latest Rohingya refugee crisis, and the displacement of over 700,000 people from Myanmar to Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. As time passes, the...