Articles & Essays

Diary from Kabul: I had many dreams

I am a girl. I am 19 years old. I am from Kabul. I am from Afghanistan. I started school when I was a young girl. I wanted to be an engineer. I wanted to build my country.

Australian government shuts their doors on Afghan-Hazara refugees as minorities and women in Afghanistan face persecution by the Taliban

On 15 August, Taliban militants entered Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, and seized power without…

Refugee People Protest for Resettlement Amid Covid-19 in Jakarta

Since January 2021, one hundred refugee people have been protesting in front of the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) offices in Indonesia’s most infected city, Jakarta, which has at least 19,000 active cases as of June 16. They shout the slogan: “Justice, equality and fair process for resettlement.”

Education can uplift refugee women in Indonesia

For the last two years I have been an advocate for the refugee community in…

Refugees Risk Catching Covid-19 in Overcrowded Shelters

Last Friday, a refugee living in a shelter run by the International Organization of Migration,…