Warscapes — Read full story here “There are no images of the separation wall in Chapter 31: An Exhibition About the Future of Palestine. Depictions of grim concrete checkpoints are almost entirely absent from the London exhibition; scenes of riots or protests are gone, and there’s barely a hint of the red, green, black and…
Quartz – Read Full Article Stacked in a bright courtyard in the wadi of downtown Amman, curving hills of watermelons formed a topographical map. Onlookers stopped to pose for photos, tapping the fruits to check their ripeness, as excited children ran between the stacks.
Refugees Deeply – Read Full Article Refugees often lose professions as well as homelands. The Refugee Journalism Project in London is helping new arrivals to find work, rebuild careers and revive their skills in a new environment.
Middle East Eye — Read full article Women in the Azraq refugee camp are finding a new sense of purpose in waged roles provided by NGO programmes.
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Policy experts are hoping that a small patch of desert in Jordan can provide global answers to the refugee crisis by giving displaced Syrians the right to work.
Al Jazeera – Read Full Article Thousands of Syrian refugees are cut off from humanitarian assistance after border attack, aid workers say.
Read Full Article – Deutsche Welle In a remote location in northern Jordan, Azraq refugee camp has seen its population double in a matter of months. Now, it must transform from a sparse barracks into a thriving community
IRIN — Read Full Article Syrians stuck at the border between Jordan and Syrian face a humanitarian nightmare that seems far from ending.