MSF

  • Central American migration: an invisible humanitarian crisis

    The wave of people fleeing violence from Central America continues despite efforts by the United States, and more recently by Mexico, to deter migration. Over the past year, Mexico has been called the “Mediterranean for migrants” in the Americas, drawing parallels with the refugee crisis in Europe, requiring similar...
  • A new era for humanitarian organizations?

    Médecins Sans Frontières or MSF ( also known as Doctors Without Borders), one of Europe’s biggest humanitarian organization, has recently released a statement criticizing the European Union’s (EU) “deterrence policies and intensifying attempts to push people and their suffering away from European shores,” and the signing of the EU-Turkey...
  • Dirty Words and Dirty Wars

    Philip Graham once said that journalism is the rough draft of history. If this is to be believed, then the way that every event is described is of paramount importance. The absolute senseless tragedy of the MSF hospital bombing on Saturday has once again brought to light the potential power of language in making...
  • humanitarian workers

    We Are not Immune

    What are the consequences of the increase of the deaths of journalists and humanitarian workers in unstable environments to international aid and policies? We are not immune. With World Humanitarian day happening just two days ago, the recent kidnapping of two Italian girls in Syria and the very sad...
  • Knock Knock. Who’s There? WE’RE HERE

    The recently published MSF Report “ Where is Everyone” has caused a lot of (distorted) opinion in the media and in development. We should focus on the fact that MSF is saying what most people inside the humanitarian system knew, but didn’t want to hear out loud, and finally...
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