Healing Colombia’s conflict through art
(6 minute read) “Art remains a powerful yet underutilized tool for peace and social cohesion in the post-conflict setting,” argues Clare McMullen.
Editorial: It must be love …
(1 minute read) Ronnie Convery, goes in search of love in traditional - and less traditional – places.
Anti-refugees? Give them a job
(5 minute read) Eloise Thompson looks at the obstacles facing those fleeing war and persecution as they try to make an honest contribution to their host nation.
Integration … the secret to a successful refugee policy
(5 minute read) More effort should be made to integrate those who have fled their homelands, says Modupe Omitola.
The Adamah Antidote: Episode 2
(1 minute read) In episode 2 of our brand new podcast series, we speak to Zufi Deo about how he is working with a team of professionals to support refugee entrepreneurs in new ways.
Refugee women: barriers to career development
(4 minute read) Anna Zhukova examines the obstacles faced by women fleeing persecution and hardship as they try to start a new life in a host country.
Beyond the headlines: refugees who enrich our countries
(6 minute read) Saher Ali is an atypical refugee. A student at Oxford University, she explores the rich field of refugee experiences and finds flowers that bloom in the mud.
(6 minute read) Trisha Thomas joins Pope Francis on a historic - and heart-breaking - encounter with refugees whom the world has forgotten.
It’s good to talk
(3 minute read) Marian Pallister reminds us that it's good to talk, emphasising the importance of dialogue rather than force in working with refugees.
A Government response adrift
(4 minute read) The treatment of asylum seekers and refugees needs our urgent attention, argues Brian Clarke.