When a child is forced to flee their country, their educational process is interrupted and rarely continued. In September 2016, UNHCR launched “Missing out: Refugee Education in Crisis”, a report that indicates the decline in learning opportunities when children are forced to flee their homes. The majority of the world’s refugees – 86% – are sheltered by […]PublishedJanuary 17th, 2017 Author Legacy
RESEARCH, SOCIAL MEDIA AND BUSINESS INTERNS Neo Jihadism programme (Vacancies focusing on the Middle East and North Africa regions) Refugees & border control programme (Focusing on Refugee crisis in Middle East and Europe) West & Horn of Africa programme (Focus on militancy, organised crimes and resources etc.) Social Media Coordination Intern (promoting and monitoring IISA’s […]PublishedJanuary 12th, 2017 Author Legacy
By Zenobia S. Homan, with Sophie Henderson and Marija Sajekaite IISA Resurgence of Russia & China Programme Photo by REUTERS/Caren Firouz, taken from http://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/home.html Introduction This paper discusses how the Northern Kurdistan (Bakurê Kurdistanê) media portray the war in Syria; not just the campaign against Islamic State, but the wider civil war, and human rights. Many researchers […]PublishedDecember 14th, 2016 Author Legacy
Dadaab, the largest refugee base in the world, is set to close by May 2017. Set up in 1991 to accommodate refugees fleeing from the Somali civil war, Dadaab has been hosting refugees for over 25 years. The complex holds around 280,000 refugees, of which 260,000 are Somali. Plans to close the camp by the […]PublishedNovember 30th, 2016 Author Legacy
Over 1 million Afghan refugees have returned to their country of origin. This is the largest influx of refugees returning to Afghanistan since the Taliban regime fell in 2011. According to the International Organization for Migration (IOM), one-fifth of refugees returned involuntarily from neighbouring Pakistan and Iran. As security deteriorated last year, more than 200,000 Afghans […]PublishedNovember 30th, 2016 Author Legacy
Neo-Jihadism Brief no.II The Effects of Donald Trump’s Victory in Libya The shock election victory of Republican candidate Donald Trump has many in the intentional relations community questioning what this could mean for American foreign policy in the Middle East region. Regarding foreign policy in general and the Middle East in particular, Donald Trump, as […]PublishedNovember 24th, 2016 Author Legacy
The election of Donald Trump to the President of the United States will have a severe impact on Muslim strategic affairs around the globe. Of course, domestically, the effect of his election will be phenomenal, with many expecting racist and Islamophobic attacks to become more frequent as racist segments of American society feel vindicated by […]PublishedNovember 23rd, 2016 Author Legacy
Donal J Trump has done it! Despite his hate speeches, his treatment of women and his view on others faiths and colour of skins etc., He is the new leader of the ‘free world’. He won by a significant lead, reflecting how majority of American people think today! His selection to the presidency is not […]PublishedNovember 9th, 2016 Author Legacy
South Sudan’s conflict represents one of the world’s biggest humanitarian crises. Recently, the number of South Sudanese refugees has passed the one million mark. An estimated number of 2,500 refugees are crossing from South Sudan into Uganda every day. Most of the are accommodated in settlement camps, lacking proper resources. At least 200,000 South Sudanese […]PublishedNovember 8th, 2016 Author Legacy
This paper addresses: (A) the role of “transit countries” and politicisation of asylum in modern refugee crises, and how the ambiguity in forced displacement terminology has been manipulated by countries to ban arrivals based on nationality; and (B) the need to facilitate movement of persons by modernising the 1951 Convention refugee definition.PublishedNovember 5th, 2016 Author Legacy
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