Stina Ørregaard Andersen

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Before the revolution in Tunisia it was almost impossible for NGO's to exist in the country. Before 2011, Tunisia imposed restrictions on  freedom of speech, press and association, saw reprisals...
As World Refugee Day is marked on the 20th of June, we are facing the biggest refugee crisis since World War 2 where nearly four million people have fled from their home in Syria, to safer...
Making coffee and cleaning an office in Amman for a reasonable salary; that was the job offer, Mary (not her real name) accepted when she left her house, family and son in the Philippines and went to...
Since 2005 Brigitte Chelebian, the founder and director of the Lebanese organisation Justice Without Frontiers, has been fighting for women's rights. With a background as an attorney of law, Brigitte...
Shafiqa was only four years old when her life as a Palestinian refugee began. In 1948, Shafiqa fled her family's home in the Palestinian village of Zakaria, during what Palestinians call ‘al-Nakba’,...
Shafiqa sitting in her house in Baqa'a camp.
Esraa, 21, was born in Zarqa. But when you ask her where she is from, the answer is different. "I am from Nablus in Palestine," she says.Esraa is a Palestinian refugee, living in the city of Zarqa,...