25 Years After The Signing Of The Peace Accords | Guatemala Continues To Experience A Culture Of Impunity, Violence, Poverty and Exclusion — Edge of Humanity Magazine

Documentary Photographer and Human Rights Activist Jonathan Moller is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the book/project Our Culture is Our Resistance –  Repression, Refuge and Healing in Guatemala.  To see Jonathan’s body of work, click on any image.         Between 1993 and 2001 I worked… 25 YearsContinua a leggere “25 Years After The Signing Of The Peace Accords | Guatemala Continues To Experience A Culture Of Impunity, Violence, Poverty and Exclusion — Edge of Humanity Magazine”

Greeks Just Voted Against Austerity. Here’s Why They’re Right.

On Sunday, Greeks overwhelmingly voted against a European deal to extend financing to the country’s banks that would have required more harsh austerity measures on the part of the government. Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, who came to power in large part on a promise to reject more austerity measures, had called the referendum to getContinua a leggere “Greeks Just Voted Against Austerity. Here’s Why They’re Right.”

UNHCR – Yemen’s Brutal Conflict Pushing One Million Displaced to Return to Danger (Joint UNHCR-IOM Press Release)

Unabated conflict and rapidly deteriorating conditions across Yemen are pushing millions of displaced Yemenis further into danger and adversity, UNHCR, Sorgente: UNHCR – Yemen’s Brutal Conflict Pushing One Million Displaced to Return to Danger (Joint UNHCR-IOM Press Release)

“I Am A Journalist, A Writer, A Prisoner”: Reporting From Inside A Refugee Detention Centre

UNITED NATIONS: Despite being locked up in an Australian detention centre on Papua New Guinea’s Manus Island, Kurdish-Iranian journalist Behrouz Sorgente: “I Am A Journalist, A Writer, A Prisoner”: Reporting From Inside A Refugee Detention Centre

Why pushing undocumented children out of schools won’t help bring down net migration

Nando Sigona, University of Birmingham Leaked cabinet papers seen by the BBC suggest that back when she was home secretary, Theresa May wanted schools to carry out immigration checks and withdraw school places offered to children of parents unlawfully in the UK. The leaked documents show that the proposals were vehemently opposed by the then-education […]Continua a leggere “Why pushing undocumented children out of schools won’t help bring down net migration”