All the Undisclosed Stories of the City

By Ala Oueslati I still get lost in New York. I will probably still always get lost in New York. Because it is a gigantic city, but also because I have a terrible sense of direction that even my phone GPS can’t rectify. This city is a magical place. With a great deal of diversity, … Continue reading All the Undisclosed Stories of the City

It’s a Matter of Perspectives

By Elianne Kremer, Israel. Six months after I arrived to Israel, I was living in Jerusalem and the terrorist attacks began. I didn’t really understand what was going on. People were afraid, it was possible to feel the discomfort in public spaces, in the bus mainly. Nobody wanted to be there, as if the expectancy … Continue reading It’s a Matter of Perspectives

Refugee Stories by Mohammed El Amine Dekhissi, Algeria – photo essay –

"My name is Amr and I want to be a policeman in the future" Every picture has its own story but the common thing that you can notice is that refugee people are people just like us. They have talents and dreams. Despite the fact that they lived war and fear, they are spreading happiness … Continue reading Refugee Stories by Mohammed El Amine Dekhissi, Algeria – photo essay –

On the Melody of the Symphony of Death By R.H., Syria

From the sounds of the guns and from underneath the rubble of our homes, we see hope emerging. As much as they try to kill our spirit, they will fail because we are a people that know how to enjoy life. They tried to bury us by besieging our bodies and our thoughts. They tried … Continue reading On the Melody of the Symphony of Death By R.H., Syria