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Environmental Refugees – the Greatest Refugee Crisis of Them All?
By admin July 11, 2018

With climate changes exceeding most forecasts and communities already suffering, the future of our environment has been difficult to project. The UNHCR states that since 2008, an average of 22.5 million people have been displaced due to climate- and weather-related events. Climate change is expected to create the world’s largest refugee crisis, with tens of

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Genocide in South Sudan
By admin May 9, 2017

About a month ago, the UN commission of inquiry for South Sudan was given leverage to start targeting perpetrators that commit human rights abuses such as rapes and tortures that are being played out currently. To note, there are major concerns that South Sudanese nationals are being ethnically cleansed by government forces and their allies.

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A Generation left Stateless
By admin January 31, 2017

The worry of being left stateless is among the children of this generation. According to the United Nations, at least 10 million people globally do not have citizenship to any country. The UNHCR recently reported in November a call for a campaign to end childhood statelessness by 2024. In order to create this global call

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Climate Change Refugees
By admin January 24, 2017

In the country of Bangladesh, climate change is taking a toll on the population. Climate scientists have gathered that heat-trapping gases due to extreme burning of fossil fuels will begin to crank up the temperature, melting the earth’s ice and thus raising the sea levels. This leaves large areas without crops or agricultural supply as

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