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Social media beyond the Arab Spring – changing what we see, think and experience about war and conflict

By now, we know the story all too well – the Tunisian street vendor who set himself on fire to...

The Climate Change Refugee: Feared and Unprotected

Written by Zoheb Mashiur A simple Google News search for the term ‘climate refugee’ shows no shortage of activity. Publications...

Interview with Renate Schröder

On Monday 5 November, the World Solidarity Forum and Beyond Brussels podcast team brought together four illuminating speakers at the...

India and the Rohingya Crisis

India has a long and positive history of opening her doors to refugees and has, in the past, granted asylum...

Events

The Right to Education: How can we Improve it?

This December 10th, will be the 71st anniversary of the...

100 Years of Covering Conflict

The presumed murder of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi makes...

The Shifting Status of Asylum Seekers in the EU

In a crucial political moment where high-ranked national politicians pride...

Rescuing Press Freedom: How to Protect Journalists in the World?

Register here: http://bit.ly/2KzlrED Journalists play a very important role in...

Quote Of The Week

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world” ( Nelson Mandela) .

To make peace, one must be an uncompromising leader. To make peace, one must also embody compromise― Benazir Bhutto