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The Mediterranean is one of the most dangerous refugee crossing points in the world. In 2020 alone, 15,501 asylum seekers and migrants were reported dead or missing at sea along...

When UK Home Secretary Priti Patel highlighted the benefits in March of “safe and legal routes” for migrants – an issue MOAS has long advocated for – it might have...

Fires are a persistent and terrifying threat to those living in camps for refugees and displaced people across the world. On March 22, a deadly fire broke out spreading across...

Thousands of asylum seekers and migrants are being forced to endure dangerous journeys in search for safety and protection. By the end of March 2021, there had been 13,191 such...

Of all the experiences that drive us forward in our work at MOAS - whether that’s supporting training in Bangladesh or shipping food aid to countries affected by severe humanitarian...

April 7 is World Health Day when we honour achievements in health provision and the incredible work and sacrifices of individuals and organisations around the world. The day marks the...

A little more than a year after the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, we find ourselves celebrating, once again, a different Easter from others. An Easter still far from the...

A year into the pandemic many of us are feeling we’ve given all we’ve got to give over the past months; keeping positive - or just keeping going - in...

Text by Giuseppe Pensabene, photographs by Alfredo D’AmatoJournalist Giuseppe Pensabene, aboard the Phoenix in 2017, meets Aisha for the first time and follows her story until her arrival in Germany....

Gender equality, in all sectors of our lives and society, is something never to be taken for granted. Rather, it is something to stand up for in every moment, no...