An interview with Ayyam Sureau of the Pierre Claver School for asylum seekers in Paris.Read more
Two stories of refugees from Iran and Turkey who fled their home countries to seek religious and political freedom in France.Read more
The lack of recognized leaders in France’s yellow vest movement that has become an uprising against economic inequality offers two problems for French President Emmanuel Macron: there is no obvious negotiating partner and no list of agreed upon demands.Read more
Many refugees in Paris end up living under bridges and in the streets with only a tarp and tent for housing. However, some find themselves in programs geared towards helping refugees adapt to French culture.Read more
Wahid Hafizi has a job to do.
He’s got a patient. He’s got an operating room. He’s just waiting for the final piece. That would be a cornea: the clear tear-soaked outer layer of our eyes responsible for focusing our vision. At the moment, it’s en route to Kabul via airplane from the Czech Republic.
Hafizi gets the call: It’s in.Read more
RSF, with headquarters in Paris and offices in Washington and San Francisco, advocates for press freedom and journalists’ safety around the world.Read more
Heather Young operates Paris Refugee Ground Support from a single van she drives throughout the city, distributing aid to homeless refugees living on the streets and near waterways in the French capital.Read more