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Open call: this poetry prize celebrates the literary talent of migrant workers and refugees in Malaysia
Covid-19 travels along the fault lines of societies, highlighting cracks and weaknesses long ignored.
Fr Dominic Santhiyagu lends a listening ear to migrant workers, youths and senior citizens during the MCO.
They have helped get home more than 120 women, mostly Kenyans and some Ethiopians, fundraising for flights and coronavirus tests through an online campaign and working tirelessly to clear bureaucratic and legal hurdles.
With restrictions easing up and more people moving around, there is a possibility Covid-19 cases may rise again.
At their own expense, the couple opened up a hotel and restaurant that they own to care for young men and unaccompanied minors from Morocco, Senegal and other West African countries.
How woodcut art continues to play an unsung role in today's social and political contexts.
Amidst the background of the migrant crisis, a project in Oslo helps facilitate refugees' integration into Norwegian society through work.
On Labour Day, a look at how Malaysian art has paid tribute to the daily struggles of the working class.
According to the UN, sexual violence continues to be perpetrated with impunity by traffickers and smugglers along migration routes, in detention centres, judicial police prisons, and against urban migrants by militants and armed groups in Libya.