Search Results for Tag: refugees
The refugee crisis in Europe has led #CharlieHebdo, the satirical French magazine, to publish some highly provocative cartoons. I won’t be buying this edition, said DW’s Grahame Lucas.
Date18.09.2015 | 19:27
Tags#Aylan, #CharlieHebdo, Aylan Kurdi, Bible, Charlie Hebdo, Christians, Europe, islam, refugee crisis, refugees, Syria
Refugee crisis is still a big topic in Europe. As governments obviously not able to find a way to solve this problem, normal people have been working as volunteers to help refugees with food, clothing, toys for children and one woman even saved a refugee’s by taking him to her boat in the Aegean Sea. Read more about her and other news about women here.
Date18.09.2015 | 19:24
Tags#refugeeswelcome, China, egypt, female genital mutilation, FGM, Human rights, refugee women, refugees, Sierra Leone, Syria, women's rights
Date18.09.2015 | 19:20
Refugees who are fleeing from Syria are getting a lot of attention right now. Many people are seriously concern and would like to help. Along with this sympathy, people are upset if they hear news about refugees being ill-treated or misused by anybody. Are your comments included in this week’s Comments of the Week? Check it out here.
Date15.09.2015 | 14:04
A thousand words, one picture
Photographer Peter Bussian has travelled around the world and photographed refugee camps. He shared his pictures and thoughts with Womentalk blogger Roma Rajpal. “I was always fascinated with travel and in particular countries at war. But I was not interested in the wars as much as the effect it has on people - refugees became my subject and I began travelling and photographing refugees, starting with the Cambodians on the Thai border in the early nineties.”
Date29.03.2013 | 14:57
Tagsafrica, Albania, Bosnia, Croatia, Ethiopia, Peter Bussian, refugees, roma rajpal, Serbia, womentalk