Yemen

Total 5 Posts

‘I am alive, but I feel like I am dead’: A migrant grieves the drowning of 3 children.

5 min read
Misrah, an undocumented migrant worker, and her family, left their home in Ethiopia hoping for a better life. Instead, her three children are now dead, drowned during a perilous sea crossing across the Gulf of Aden, when the overloaded boat smuggling them into the country capsized.

Eight children killed this month, as fighting intensifies in Yemen.

3 min read
The brutal conflict in Yemen continues to exact a devastating toll on children, with at least eight killed and a further 33 injured in attacks since the beginning of March. Across the country, over 11 million children are in need of humanitarian assistance and protection.

America’s ‘War on Terror’ displaced 37 million people in the world.

3 min read
The figure is higher than the number displaced by war or any disaster since the start of the 20th century with the exception of World War II.

We can’t wait.

4 min read
A powerful message on how it is high time for every single one of us to beat our own drum about the biggest threat to our planet and to humanity, and march for climate justice today.

Why British arms sales to Saudi Arabia has been ruled unlawful and what this means for the future.

5 min read
The UK Court of Appeal ruled that the British government did not properly assess whether Saudi Arabia had violated international law. Here is what this means for the arms trade.
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