A place in the middle of nowhere
On Saturday, the new refugee camp on the Greek island of Samos opens. It does not improve the situation of the refugees. By Julia Manek.
More Vaccine inequity
Promoting vaccine boosters before equitable access for all is unethical. By Dr Louis Reynolds.
Recognition and Admission, Now!
After the fall of Kabul: The people on the Greek islands – refugees and residents – should no longer pay the price for Europe's completely misguided and inhumane asylum policy.
Greece – Afghanistan
The world must pay attention
How do Afghan refugees in the Mavrovouni/Kara Tepe camp on Lesvos react to the Taliban's takeover? A conversation full of worries.
Reaching the Hard to Reach
A day at the mobile clinic of the medico partner organization PMRS in the south of the Gaza Strip. By Chris Whitman.
World Humanitarian Day
"We do not want to be defined by the crisis"
On disaster patriarchy and the feminist reconstruction of aid: conversations with two medico partners in Syria and Indonesia. By Radwa Khaled-Ibrahim.
Their perseverance has paid off: In the midst of the pandemic, community health workers have won a major victory in their fight for recognition and rights. By Usche Merk
Power at all Costs
Following the murder of an opposition figure, the Palestinian Authority is cracking down on protests with massive violence. By Chris Whitman.
Now or never
Those who don’t want to talk about restrictions to the patent system should not speak of global solidarity. A year in the grip of a pandemic has brought the fractures in the world into sharp relief - and called us to action. By Anne Jung
A policy of externalisation
The camp and disenfranchisement system has taken on a new quality. A balance sheet following 5 years of the "EU-Turkey deal". By Maximilian Pichl