“We Are Here” by Amit Meyer, Israel.

It’s getting quite late, and the sun has long set behind the Bosporus Bridge. As the metro carries me to Atatürk Airport, it seems quite improbable that only a few hours earlier I had been part of something so big. Inside my head, I run the names and faces of the strong, beautiful individuals I've … Continue reading “We Are Here” by Amit Meyer, Israel.

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It’s not too late to save war-torn Yemen by Yazeed Mohammed, Yemen

Now it has been over 22 months, or almost 2 years since civil war broke in my country, Yemen, the poorest state in the Middle East. A war that savagely kidnapped the lives of thousands of civilians, as the latest UN reports confirmed the death toll to rise over 10,000, and wounded to about 50,000, … Continue reading It’s not too late to save war-torn Yemen by Yazeed Mohammed, Yemen

5 Years After The Tunisian Revolution : Are Tunisians Losing Their Dignity? by Rahma Sghaier From Tunisia

Five years after the revolution of « Dignity », the country is still transitioning. Many observers praised Tunisia’s “budding democracy” and celebrated its last milestones : a new constitution, new promised democratic institutions, new political actors and just recently the Nobel Peace Prize awarded to the Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet, a coalition of civil society … Continue reading 5 Years After The Tunisian Revolution : Are Tunisians Losing Their Dignity? by Rahma Sghaier From Tunisia