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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...

On Easter Day, we want to share a story of hope and solidarity. Earlier this month, MOAS delivered emergency supplies to the Sea-Eye vessel Alan Kurdi, which rescued 64 migrants...

On Tuesday 9th April, MOAS launched a relief mission, delivering supplies to the Alan Kurdi rescue vessel, belonging to the German NGO Sea Eye. The ship has been stranded for...

We are delighted to announce that MOAS’ official 2018 magazine is now available online via the link below where you will find more information about our operational milestones from last...

Whilst much literature and media output surrounding migration tends to focus on specific windows of the migrant journey, the truth is that many journeys are much longer than these snapshots...

In 2015, over one million migrants and asylum seekers arrived in Europe. Whilst there has been a decrease in arrivals over the past four years, the death rate for Mediterranean...

The chance to undertake a position as an EVS/ESC (European Voluntary Service/European Solidarity Corps) volunteer at MOAS was a valuable experience providing diverse professional development, useful insights, and exciting challenges...

Our sister organisation Xchange recently published the second half of a two-part report on smuggling and migration in the Agadez region of Niger. Click here to read Life in transit:...

Yemen is now in its fourth year of conflict and facing the world’s largest humanitarian crisis. As the war continues and access to aid is restricted, it is vital that...

International Women’s Day is an opportunity to celebrate the achievements of women and girls worldwide, and today we think gratefully of the countless inspirational women who have come into our...