Why does Lebanon have a rather serious issue with garbage? Where are environmental awareness and recycling? The first problem is politics. The second is the people. Here is why.
So now what? We're gonna build a wall and they'll turn into wildlings? #Brexit — Paola Lepori (@PaolaLepori) June 24, 2016
Syrian HNC women team in Rome (19-21 May) met with the representatives of Italian institutions and civil society and to make an official visit to the Vatican.
Europe must raise its voice and force Assad to listen, said the group. Addressing the humanitarian situation on the ground is paramount for credible negotiations about political transition, they added.
A private British company, Trellyz, devised a free app that helps refugees find the services they need through geolocation: Refugee Aid App or RefAid.
“When you know you are doing something so important – something that is going to be a historical archive, something entirely new produced by local photographers, something that is going to offer an innovative way to tell and read stories – you are willing to invest in it. It was a unique opportunity. No one was going to tell that story the way we wanted. International media, even the most attentive, just scratched the surface of the story. When you come across a story like that, you have a responsibility. You can’t back out. This is why we do this job.”
Ahmad, 28, ballet dancer, travelled through many countries to reach Germany. His experience, in his own words, of the longest journey to reach safety and start his life anew. Published here, on L’Indro.
Daniel Seidemann and David Shulman’s analyses Two bleak commentaries on the latest wave of violence in Israel. They condemn the Government and society, and warn: We are close to the point of no return. Danny Seideman Warns: The periods between the eruptions or the conflagrations will be shorter, and each round will more convulsive and …