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The Camp is Time

The Camp is Time

by Yousif M. Qasmiyeh, University of Oxford

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Who writes the camp and what is it that ought to be written in a time where the plurality of lives has traversed the place itself to become its own time. 410 more words

Refugee Camps

Tiger worms: the ingenious solution to sanitation in refugee camps

Tiger worms: the ingenious solution to sanitation in refugee camps. News The Essential Daily Briefing, December 30, 2016.

A team of British charity workers have come up with a simple, cheap and downright ingenious solution to the problem of providing safe sanitation to some of the world’s most crowded refugee camps – and it involves hundreds of bucketfuls of worms. 81 more words

Sanitary Facilities

New Year, New Perspectives? Probably not.

Today’s newspaper headlines in the UK include the following:

Daily Mirror: “George’s Lover: I slept in my car as he died alone.”

Daily Star:   “Tragic George killed himself.” 759 more words

Letter from the Editor

Dear KANERE readers,

It’s been many months without publication from us and this has been due to continued challenges over material support but we are back on reporting again. 300 more words

Kakuma

Photo Gallery: Burj el-Barajneh Camp

Photo Gallery: Burj el-Barajneh Camp, Lebanon (established in 1950)

By Samar Maqusi, University College London

Since the Syrian conflict erupted, Lebanon has experienced a large influx of Syrian refugees (circa 1.5 million people), as well as Palestinian refugees from Syria. 651 more words

Lebanon