Daily Archives: October 5, 2019


Three UN Refugee Agencies Insist On Education Amendments For Refugees In Europe

UNHCR, UNICEF and IOM are admonishing European governments to revamp education for refugee and migrant children as they name some of the challenges faced by these children. These include inadequate school spaces, language barriers, inadequate teacher training and limited access to psychosocial support. Most importantly, there are limited catch-up classes […]


France Pledges Support For Sudan’s Removal From U.S’s List Of Terrorism Sponsors

Newly appointed Sudanese President Abdalla Hamdock arrived in Paris on 30th September to appeal to President Emmanuel Macron for support in efforts to have Sudan removed from the United States’ list of state sponsors of terrorism. According to Africanews, Macron not only pledged France’s support to Sudan on the issue, […]


Australia’s Epidemic Of Violence Against Women

Within the previous fortnight, seven Australian women were murdered. Except for two friends, these victims did not know each other – they were from across Australia, from various ages with different socioeconomic backgrounds and relationship statuses. Yet, they share a thread that indirectly weaves their experiences together: all women met […]


Israeli Forces Kill Palestinian Protester At Gaza Strip

Last Friday, during the weekly Great March of Return, Israeli forces opened fire killing 20 year old Palestinian, Saher Othman, and wounding dozens of others. This particular Friday was just like the any other since the peaceful demonstrations began in March of 2018. About 6,000 Palestinians stormed the border fence […]