She left her homeland in pursuit of a promising future. Seven years later she rejoices at this decision although accepts that her heart will forever be bound to Colombia. Elle McHale As the sun began to rise in the city of Bogotá and begin its descent over London, […]
More than 40 international VSO volunteers are now ‘working remotely’, giving online support to vital projects around the world, despite having had to return home due to COVID-19. Deborah Torr James Russell, 35, and Nicola Whybrow, 38, are both volunteers on the Sisters for Sisters’ Education project in […]
This is the story of one Haitian immigrant based in reality. It is also a metaphor for the exploitation that is a way of life in Chile, entrenched in government attitudes. Reform requires replacing a Constitution that was written during the Pinochet dictatorship, with a democratic one.
Alarm Phone reports yet another massacre off the Libyan coast: We fear that up to 130 people have lost their lives. The people could have been rescued but all authorities knowingly left them to die at sea. Alarm Phone Alarm Phone was in contact with this boat in […]
Under the slogan “Freedom for immigrants, justice for refugees”, at 7 pm. on Thursday 22nd April a Zoom meeting will take place to discuss the Sovereign borders bill and Britain’s racist immigration laws and the impact they have on the lives of immigrants and refugees. The purpose is to […]