Arts & Culture
Yarn queen Olek enlisted the help of refugee women to remind the world that having a home matters.
(c) Mara DeKlein Posted by Mazi Mas on Monday, March 16, 2015 So far, the enterprise has boasted positive results. Kopcke
None of these women are fragile. Given what they've been through, that is what is remarkable about them and that is why they are in the artwork.
At their ceremony, Fripp grew emotional while speaking about the latest batch of graduates. Mpouma, a resident of suburban
Through our Protecting and Empowering Displaced Adolescent Girls initiative, the Women's Refugee Commission is advocating
This summer I traveled to the Dadaab region in Kenya, where three refugee camps -- among the largest in the world -- host nearly 300,000 refugees.
The World Post
Millions of refugee women and girls in developing countries continue to toil at a task that is not only arduous but extremely dangerous: collecting firewood to cook meals for their families.