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TROUBLED, HOME AND AWAY by Tunji Offeyi The refugee is blown away by the storm of life, like a candle struggling against the strong wind, like a roof blown off by the tornado. The...

June 20th marks World Refugee Day – an opportunity to show solidarity with millions of people forced to flee their homes, and to promote international action on global refugee issues....

The theme of Refugee Week 2019 (17th-23rd June) is ‘You, me and those who came before’. This month, we’re exploring the history of migration, the experiences of refugees through the...

The theme of Refugee Week 2019 (17th-23rd June) is 'You, me and those who came before'. This month, we're exploring the history of migration, the experiences of refugees through the generations, and...

On April 6th 2019, Lassana Cisse – originally from the Ivory Coast – was walking home in Malta along a quiet country road. Driving down the same road were two...

The last vestiges of the hot season provide a sticky, muted backdrop to the bustle of Cox’s Bazar – a hub of activity where countless local and international NGOs are...

Context Yemen is facing “the world’s worst humanitarian crisis.” Unrest erupted in 2004 in the northern regions around Sa’dah, following the death of opposition leader Hussein Badreddin al-Houthi. Since then, the...

As cyclone season approaches Bangladesh, MOAS is on the ground in Cox’s Bazar, preparing refugee communities for what lies ahead. The first Extremely Severe Cyclonic Storm of 2019, Cyclone Fani,...

As part of European Youth Week 2019, we wanted to understand how young people are engaging with humanitarian spaces and the role they can play in implementing global change. This...

The Rohingya crisis has led to nearly three quarters of a million people being displaced. Horrific stories of violence have emerged and hundreds of thousands of refugees are now living...