A former chef is offering refugees a channel to vent their anger at poor living conditions in Greek camps.
by Lizzie Porter
by Francesca Mannocchi
Human Rights30 Dec 2016 13:18 GMT
This is the year that added insult to injury, as disagreement translated into indecency, and arrogance bred incivility.
Humanitarian crises29 Dec 2016 13:50 GMT
Refugees, rights groups, aid organisations say empathy towards refugees is fading even as deaths in Mediterranean soar.
Syrian Refugees24 Dec 2016 10:20 GMT
Refugees in "the berm" area face new challenges amid advent of harsh winter weather.
Middle East22 Dec 2016 07:59 GMT
Expected departure of last rebel fighters will hand full control of bitterly contested city to Assad government.
Battle for Aleppo22 Dec 2016 07:43 GMT
The evacuation of Aleppo residents will inevitably lead to a long-term displacement in temporary shelters.
- Sansom Milton
Syrian Refugees06 Dec 2016 21:45 GMT
Senior Turkish official rejects accusations that dozens of Syrian refugees were killed this year trying to cross border.
Syrian Refugees29 Nov 2016 10:54 GMT
I spent two weeks on Chios volunteering and working with refugees who languish in despair and often succumb to suicide.
The Listening Post20 Nov 2016 13:23 GMT
We look at claims from Germany's anti-immigrant party about media bias and alleged failure to report objectively.
Refugees18 Nov 2016 21:17 GMT
Tensions rise in Chios as refugee camp comes under suspected far-right attack with Molotov bombs and massive stones.
Europe18 Nov 2016 09:03 GMT
Syrian refugees are deported from Greece to Turkey without due process, despite EU reassurances.
Human Rights17 Nov 2016 08:41 GMT
Before Europe declared a "refugee crisis" in 2015, millions around the world had faced years of displacement.
In the Field12 Nov 2016 14:55 GMT
A year after the refugee crisis peaked in Europe, we speak to Greeks about the emotional and political aftermath.
Bulgaria05 Nov 2016 12:39 GMT
Petar Nizamov spends his days trawling the border with Turkey to find hopeful refugees to try and send back.
Human Rights04 Nov 2016 14:38 GMT
What will Michel Aoun's presidency mean for Syrian refugees facing an increasingly hostile climate in Lebanon?
Arts & Culture01 Nov 2016 14:16 GMT
While Europe seems to be losing humanity in the face of a refugee crisis, a counter-wave of artistic events is emerging.
by Marwan Bishara
by Sultan Barakat
- Sansom Milton
by Nadia Barhoum
by Giorgos Kosmopoulos
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