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Si la sensibilisation aux problématiques environnementales est, aujourd’hui, très médiatisée, l’acception d’une personne réfugiée, encadrée juridiquement par la Convention de Genève (1951), ne prend pas en compte ces nouveaux exilés. Selon la Banque Mondiale, ils seront, pourtant, 143 millions à chercher un nouvel asile d’ici 2050 à cause de catastrophes...

As countries around the world scramble to get their populations vaccinated, the World Health Organisation (WHO) describes vaccines as a “vital tool” in the global fight against COVID-19. Since the approval of various vaccines in December 2020, some countries have leapt ahead of others in procuring and administering vaccinations.  Governments...

On the 19th of February 2020, a racist terrorist attack took the lives of nine people and injured a further six in the German city of Hanau, a town east of Frankfurt am Main. One year after the racially motivated terrorist attack, on Friday 19th February 2021, memorials took place...

Across Europe and the rest of the world, Covid-19 spread faster than authorities and officials expected and with it, conspiracy theories and false claims. While there was initially hope to use the crisis as a community-building opportunity, the narrative public officials and politicians have pursued is clear: migrants and minorities...

At the height of the ‘refugee crisis’ in 2016, the year marked the beginning of a new type of environment for conversations surrounding migration in media and news across France and Europe. This type of discourse has often proven to be heavily fueled by misleading narratives and misinformation, and has...

This piece investigates the recent emergence of queer migrant films in contemporary European cinema that embrace an exilic tone. It focuses on the film A Moment in the Reeds, which was released in 2017. The film tells the story of Leevi, a Finnish man living in Paris for his studies,...

On 8-9 September, after repeated discriminatory lockdown measures were imposed on the 13,000 inhabitants of Moria Refugee Camp and 35 inhabitants tested positive for COVID-19, five refugees were arrested by the authorities for setting the camp ablaze, leaving nothing behind but ashes. Guiti News investigates the story of desperation and hope that led...