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Issues Without Borders @issuesWborders

General Description of Issues Without Borders Issues Without Borders is a youth organisation that focuses on human rights and encourages and empowers individuals to take action. As an advocate of human rights and legal equality for all, the mission of IWB is to offer an online platform that empowers its users to take on personal […]

European Refugee Crisis – Embracing the Spirit of Volunteering

  Athanasia Zagorianou Master of laws (LLM) in Human Rights Law, University of Strathclyde. Citizens Rights Watch (CRW) Researcher & Trustees’ Council Member & Researcher for the “IWB Refugee Project” zagorianoua@gmail.com .  Keith Peter Kiely PhD in Politics, Queens University Belfast. Issues Without Borders (IWB). Researcher/Peer Reviewer/ Grants Team. kkiely01@qub.ac.uk  . Papuc Patricia Casandra President […]

World Education Forum 2015 adopts Declaration on the Future of Global Education until 2030

 Download FINAL Declaration  2014 Peace Nobel Award Kailash Satyarthi during his speech on May 19 In April 2000, the participants of the World Education Forum held in Dakar, Senegal, adopted the Dakar Framework for Action “Education for All: Meeting our Collective Commitment“. They reaffirmed the vision of the World Declaration on Education for All (EFA) adopted ten years earlier (Jomtien, […]

“Investing in the Future” – Regional Conference on Protecting Refugee Children in the Middle East and North Africa

The past 15th October 2014, the first international conference on MENA refugee children took place in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates (UAE). The conference aimed at developing the necessary mechanisms to ensure the protection of refugee children and youth in the Middle East and North Africa region and ensuring their most fundamental rights, such as right […]

Breaking the Israeli-Palestinian Deadlock – Two State Solution

Raphael Cohen-Almagor School of Politics, Philosophy and International Studies. The University of Hull, United Kingdom. Chair and Professor of Politics, Founder and Director of the Middle East Study Group, University of Hull since 2008, http://www2.hull.ac.uk/fass/me-study-group.aspx; human rights and peace activist; in 2003-2007 he was the Director of the Center for Democratic Studies, University of Haifa. E-mail: […]

UNCHR and Big Heart Campaign Organize Youth Forum to Strengthen Youth Participation in Protecting Refugee Children

UNHCR, the United Nation High Commissioner for Refugees, in collaboration with The Big Heart, under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Dr Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, Member of the Supreme Council and Ruler of Sharjah, the Emirate of Sharjah will host the IIFMENA “Youth Forum”, in parallel of ‘Investing In the Future: Protecting Refugee […]

22 Million People Displaced by Disasters in 2013, Global Trends on the Rise

Latest report from IDMC shows that 22 million people were displaced in 2013 by disasters brought on by natural hazard events – almost three times more than by conflict in the same year. Four decades of data show that twice as many people are being displaced today than in the 1970s. A new report by […]

REFUGEES AND TERTIARY EDUCATION IN SOUTH AFRICA: THE CHALLENGES TO EQUAL ACCESS TO EDUCATION AND LIVING A DIGNIFIED LIFE

Callixte Kavuro University of Cape Town, Safety and Violence Initiative, Parliamentary Monitoring Group callixtekav@gmail.com . REFUGEES AND TERTIARY EDUCATION IN SOUTH AFRICA: THE CHALLENGES TO EQUAL ACCESS TO EDUCATION AND LIVING A DIGNIFIED LIFE   Thesis by Callixte Kavuro (23 610 words) Student number KVRCAL001 Supervised by Associate Professor Dee Smythe 08 February 2013 Download LLM_Thesis_Kavuro_Final_Draft_2013

From Needs to Rights: The Transition Towards Rights- Based Humanitarianism and Empowerment in the Burmese Refugee Camps in Thailand

Dana MacLean Humanitarian Journalist. Freelance focused on a wide variety of topics, including food security, livelihoods, human rights issues, and natural disasters e-mail: dana.savannah@gmail.com / web: http://danasavannah.wordpress.com/ . From Needs to Rights: The Transition Towards Rights- Based Humanitarianism and Empowerment in the Burmese Refugee Camps in Thailand   By Dana MacLean   Center for Human Rights and Social Development […]

Livelihoods and Empowerment: A Case Study of Burmese Refugees in Thailand

 Dana MacLean Humanitarian Journalist. Freelance focused on a wide variety of topics, including food security, livelihoods, human rights issues, and natural disasters e-mail: dana.savannah@gmail.com / web: http://danasavannah.wordpress.com/ . Abstract: The research examines the transition from emergency relief and needs-based service delivery to sustainable human rights- based action by NGOs working in ten Burmese refugee camps in Thailand, that […]

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