Human rights are rights we possess merely by virtue of our humanity; they are not provided by any state. These universal human rights are intrinsic to everyone, regardless of nationality, gender, national or ethnic origin, race, religion, or another status. They vary from the most fundamental, which is the right to life, to those that... Continue Reading →
Who is a Refugee?
“Refugees are mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, children, with the same hopes and ambitions as us—except that a twist of fate has bound their lives to a global refugee crisis on an unprecedented scale.”-Khaled Hosseini The term refugee is highly descriptive and even potent. When one thinks of refugees, images of fleeing populations struggling with their... Continue Reading →