Religious Minorities Threatened by Rising Intolerance

Gafatar, a religious minority in Indonesia’s predominantly Muslim nation, has faced increasing violence.  A Gafatar center in Antibar was burned down on January 19, 2017.  Human Rights Watch blames Indonesia’s legal system for perpetuating the discrimination against religious minorities.  Indonesia…

In A Vacuum: The Business of Trading in People in Libya

Many humanitarian activists are calling on the international community to combat the growing human trafficking network in Libya. Volatility and political infighting in the country have complicated international humanitarian efforts, prompting stronger calls to coordinate, support, and enhance Libya’s capability…

Afghan Refugees in Elliniko

Refugees around the world are facing a plethora of issues and challenges. However, Afghan refugees in Greece are currently dealing with a specific hurdle: the potential closure of their camp in Elliniko. Afghan asylum seekers in Greece are in a…