Human Rights for Refugees: The Trick of Our Time by Taha Salim, Iraq

Does the EU consider refugees as a part of the human race? Do refugees in the EU enjoy the most basic conditions of living, such as food and housing? How do refugee and asylum organizations treat refugees? After the conflicts, and the political and sectarian wars that put a real life threat to human lives … Continue reading Human Rights for Refugees: The Trick of Our Time by Taha Salim, Iraq

Exile by Behzad Miran, Syria (Arabic follows English)

At the end of Autumn 2015, I was on the Turkish-Bulgarian border with 5 other young Syrians, whom I had met in the alleys and cafes of Istanbul while we were all searching for smugglers to take us to Europe. We became companions of the trail, but we weren’t sure we had much in common. … Continue reading Exile by Behzad Miran, Syria (Arabic follows English)

Young African leaders lost on their way to Europe by Yayehiyrad H.micheal from Ethiopia

I am an optimistic person. I have always seen my Africa as a continent with lots of opportunities and potential, that only needed more time to shine than the rest of the world. Today us, the African youth, the African young leaders, are driving our countries towards a prosperous and better future. However, one doesn’t … Continue reading Young African leaders lost on their way to Europe by Yayehiyrad H.micheal from Ethiopia

I’m going back to Syria! by Mohamed Salih Abubakr, Sudan

No, the war is not over. ISIS is not defeated, Assad didn’t step down, and all the dozens of terrorists groups are still destroying Syria. Which is why it was shocking for me to hear “I’m going back to Syria” from Mustafa, a Syrian refugee, who not only made it to a safe state, but … Continue reading I’m going back to Syria! by Mohamed Salih Abubakr, Sudan