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Illegal. Terrorist. Criminals. Invasion. These are just a few words common in headline news about migrants and refugees. Throughout Europe and around the world, displaced people face enormous challenges in fleeing war and persecution, seeking safety outside their homelands, and building new lives for themselves. Imbalanced...

A podcast series focused on migrant women workers in Lebanon having a conversation among themselves about their hopes and experiences, a multi-media package of stories on refugees pursuing higher education through a scholarship program in Italy, and audio interviews with enterprising women refugees in Cameroon...

A former refugee from Syria is urging journalists to avoid the narrative that portrays refugees as succeeding "despite being a refugee" or "despite (their) background," and to recognize instead that people who were forced to flee their homelands do "have an entire life's worth of...

The growing trend of shrinking civic spaces around the world is likely to end or reverse progress towards reducing inequality, ensuring inclusion, and achieving a sustainable future for all, a research by the Institute of Development Studies (IDS) has concluded.

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