A Reflection on World Refugee Day: Moria Camp, Lesvos

I asked my dear friend Izi to write a piece for World Refugee day. Izi has worked in Greece for a number of years now and she has seen the hardships that refugees and asylum seekers experience on a daily basis. After studying psychology at Exeter University and obtaining a Masters degree in Law andContinue reading “A Reflection on World Refugee Day: Moria Camp, Lesvos”

The man in the Jungle

“Taking care of children has nothing to do with politics. I think perhaps with time, instead of there being a politicization of humanitarian aid, there will be a humanization of politics.” – Audrey Hepburn I grew up in England in an average working class home. Nothing about my life is especially extraordinary but equally theContinue reading “The man in the Jungle”

Hands on Hope – A Friend to those facing dark times.

Hands-On Hope is a local Jordanian NGO based in Amman. Founded in 2015, the NGO prides itself in being committed to helping the poorest of the poor, no matter what the nationality. Under the leadership of Jacki Scott, the organisation seeks to provide critical support to those suffering under hardship.  Jacki and her team ofContinue reading “Hands on Hope – A Friend to those facing dark times.”