Asylum Access Malaysia presented an independent report yesterday, February 20, in Geneva to the United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW). The report... Read More
“The boss wants five lunches, to go,” he demanded, without offering to pay.
Amaya looked over at her sister, confused. She replied, “Who is your boss and why do we have to give him free lunch?”... Read More
Sisters Hasina and Bibi have something new in common. Rohingya refugees who fled to Malaysia as children, Hasina and Bibi were both married off as child brides, both unable to attend school, and... Read More
As a child growing up in rural Colombia, Maribel dreamt of becoming a nurse or a seamstress. She lived on a farm with her parents and siblings, but her childhood was far from idyllic. Barely into... Read More