Tag: refugee crisis
By Dalilah Reuben-Shemia, Waging Nonviolence
While this hotel in Athens, Greece might not offer those conventional services, it provides something far better: Free housing, medical care and meals for hundreds of people who have had to flee their countries.
By Maria Paradia, Occupy
When the refugee crisis reached its zenith in 2016, it was these communes that took the first steps toward providing housing for refugees. They occupied abandoned houses in the nearby area, cleaning up and restoring plumbing, and creating enough space to house hundreds of people, mostly women and children.
By Andrew George, Sustainable Food Trust
What does food waste and the refugee crisis have in common?
By Rajesh Makwana, Share The World's Resources
The real crisis is not the influx of refugees to Europe per se but a toxic combination of destabilising foreign policy agendas, economic austerity and the rise of right-wing nationalism, which is likely to push the world further into social and political chaos in the months ahead.
By Traci Wheatley, Transition Culture
If there is any good news, it's that as transitioners we already have some 'handles' on dealing with reactions to overpowering issues.
By Alex Smith, Radio Ecoshock
In this week's Radio Ecoshock, we cover global climate news, from the Syrian refugees to signs of an abrupt climate shift, with scientist Paul Beckwith.
By Vanessa Baird, New Internationalist
Compassion for refugees is spreading across Europe. Could it lead to a saner ‘open borders’ policy?