Interested in international development, social justice, environmentalism, language, and pop culture. Would love to throw all those things into a blender.
The scale and horror of today’s migrant crisis can be hard to absorb.
“At this rate we may have to park our kombis home because it is now three hours in this queue,” says Shingirirai Deza.
She was 16, he was 40. She told herself it was a romantic affair.
But her body and mind would do strange things when they were together.
The Women’s Atlas, now in its fifth edition, is a useful snapshot of women’s lives around the world.
On October 27, a little after 2 pm, the British Museum saw a modest, yet affecting, protest.
Paule-Andrée Louis Byron, who heads the vaccine program of Haiti’s Ministry of Public Health and Population, pulls no punches when describing the problems with the conventional refrigeration options for storing vaccines.