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April 06, 2010 | Patrick Duplat | Tagged as: Haiti
In the weeks following the earthquake, thousands of international aid workers, both professionals and volunteers, came to assist Haitians to move people out of the rubble, tend to the wounded and provide care for the survivors.
April 02, 2010 | Elizabeth Campbell | Tagged as: Iraq, Statelessness
Thirty years ago, in April 1980, between 220,000 and 300,000 Iraqi Faili Kurds were stripped of their Iraqi citizenship. Though important steps have been taken by the Government of Iraq to restore the citizenship of these people, roughly 100,000 still lack a nationality.
March 31, 2010 | Camilla Olson | Tagged as: Africa, DR Congo
Adrine is 24 years old and originally from Katanga province in eastern Congo.
March 29, 2010 | Briana Orr | Tagged as: Climate Displacement
What happens when you have overpopulation, over-consumption and lack of resources colliding and displacing millions of people from their homes?
March 26, 2010 | Limnyuy Konglim | Tagged as: South Sudan, Sudan
After decades of war between north and south Sudan, the absence of a distinct and unified southern identity is a deep rooted issue that citizens of south Sudan must overcome in their quest to establish an independent state.