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Confronting Climate Change and Managing Migration The UN High commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) reported that around 21.5 million people were forcibly displaced each year, due to fast onset weather-related events between...

The escalation of violence in Ukraine has had global consequences. The conflict has had dire consequences for civilians and has evolved into a refugee and humanitarian crisis. Beyond this, countries...

Did you know it can take just a few minutes for a small flame to turn into a full-blown life-threatening fire? Is that enough time to get to safety? Fire is...

Listen to Maria Luisa Catrambone, MOAS Spokesperson and creator of the MOAS App, as she takes us through the process behind its creation and shares her vision on how digital...

MOAS believe there has been a pressing need for a new approach to the economy, “an economy that works for the people”, and not against the people. The European Union's...

Fundraising is on our minds more than usual during the month of April. Following the flurry of activity of the Christmas period, there is always a lull at the start...

Poverty, conflict and disability Conflicts have upset the lives of millions in the world and have affected children, women and men. Most of them are still suffering and at risk of...

Yemen: The Unfolding Crisis The current levels of hunger in Yemen are both unprecedented and rising, as millions of civilians face hardship and harsh conditions. While ongoing humanitarian assistance has helped...

While global attention has been drawn to the evolving conflict in Ukraine and the mass movement of civilians to neighbouring countries, irregular migration routes continue to be deadly for many...

For Ukrainians, these are anxious days. As bombs keep raining down on major cities, hospitals, and infrastructure irrespectively, civilians either rush to Cold War-era bunkers and bomb shelters in the...