Welcome to the fourth issue of Women Across Frontiers, devoted to one of the most critical topics of our time: Women and Migration.
June 20 is World Refugee Day, and we invite you to commemorate the 65 million women, men and children around the world that have been forced to leave their homes and to undertake perilous journeys in search of a safe haven. [read more]
The needs of the LGBT community within the refugee community, in particular, demonstrates the inadequacy of a cookie-cutter approach to the asylum process.
Since the day over a year ago when the first boat full of refugees landed on the shore in front of the Aphrodite Hotel on the Greek island of Lesvos, Aphrodite Vati Mariola and her family have been immersed in the refugee crisis.
A high number of migrants have died or disappeared while attempting to reach the United States. These are the stories of the wives and daughters left behind.