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, by The New Humanitarian , ROJO Magdalena, ROJO Noel

Reporters’ diary: What women who stay can tell us about migration

We spent six years talking to women who stayed put while men in their lives migrated. This is what we learned.

Most of the time, to write about migration means telling the stories of people who move: those forced from their homes by natural disasters, conflict, violence, or the effects of climate change, or so fed up with limited economic opportunities, corruption, and bad governance that the faint glint (…)

, by New Mandala , CHEN Li-li

Queering LGBT rights in Timor-Leste

On 19 April, Timor-Leste held the second round of voting in its 2022 presidential election. According to the preliminary result by the Technical Secretariat of Electoral Administration (STAE), former Nobel laureate, former Prime Minister between 2006 and 2007, and former president between (…)

, by Rédaction, WEILL Caroline

Peru is imploding

Castillo’s impeachment, mass protests and lethal repression

The political crisis in Peru is getting worse by the day. Since 2016, instability has taken over this South American country. On December 7th, Castillo announced he would dissolve the Congress, which in turned voted him out of office. The political crisis in Peru is severe, mass protests are taking over the country, and are been met with lethal repression.

, by The conversation , BALDWIN Andrew

Why we should abandon the concept of the ‘climate refugee’

It is entirely reasonable to assume that as climate change intensifies, it will result in more human migration and displacement. Images of Bangladeshis seeking refuge from the latest cyclone or Californians fleeing suburban wildfires affirm a sense that climate change is driving the next great migration. And yet the great paradox of climate migration is that there is no such as thing as a “climate migrant” or “climate refugee”.

, by The conversation , DANNENBAUM Tom, DE WAAL Alex, MAXWELL Daniel

Starving civilians is an ancient military tactic, but today it’s a war crime in Ukraine, Yemen, Tigray and elsewhere

A hideous contradiction is playing out in war-torn Ukraine. Thousands of Ukrainians are starving in cities besieged by Russian forces. Meanwhile, the country’s grain stores are bursting with food, and the government is begging for international assistance to export Ukrainian grain to world markets.

, by Privacy International

The Clearview/Ukraine partnership

How surveillance companies exploit war

Clearview announced it will offer its surveillance tech to Ukraine. It seems no human tragedy is off-limits to surveillance companies looking to sanitise their image.

, by Radical Ecological Democracy , ESTEVA Gustavo

A Path To Freedom

It is possible to say that underdevelopment afflicted me when I was 13 years old. On January 20, 1949 I became underdeveloped along with two billion other people of the non-western world, the former colonies, when president Truman took office and adopted the word as a political emblem of (…)