Sitting inside a mosque, in every prayer Eisa Umm asks for the possibility to transmit her citizenship of Bahrain to her son. She worries because if the current situation prolongs, a very difficult future awaits her. Like any other Bahraini woman, Eisa lacks the legal support to pass her nationality […]
In Mexico human rights, as well as people, are disappearing day-by-day, reaching a new record in the scale of abuses. In this series of articles The Prisma sheds light on five cases of political repression hidden by the narco-narrative during the Mexican War on Drugs.
The majority are women, and there are also many children and adolescents. They mostly come from Africa, almost all fleeing from poverty, armed and social conflicts. All are marked by an exploitive and abusive journey over land and sea. Silvia Martínez Stories of hope cut short by fraud; […]
Rio de Janeiro faces worsening levels of violence – often perpetrated by the police. This single factor has prompted the disastrous economic and financial situation in the city today.
Three quarters witnessed murder or torture and almost all of the women had been sexually assaulted. Rape, torture and slave labour are among the daily realities in Libya for people fleeing war, persecution and poverty, according to a new report by Oxfam and Italian partners MEDU and Borderline Sicilia published […]