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23 Jun 2011 description

This article has been written to mark the World Refugee Day on June 20th and join hands with the UNHCR campaign “One is too Many”. The purpose of the article is to remind us of the trials and tribulations faced by the people affected by disasters and their difficult but courageous fight for their right to live in dignity.

31 Aug 2009 description

By Anne-Mette Futtrup

The refugee camps in Darfur are alive with conversations and activities, where men and women are busy with daily chores, literacy classes, meetings and income-generating activities. Gathered in a community center, the women talk about their fears of being attacked and their desire to go back home. Although Sudan's president al-Bashir ordered 16 humanitarian organisations out of the country in March 2009, the humanitarian organisations and the people in the camps are still going strong.

30 Jun 2008 description

Why don't disaster survivors who have been sexually exploited or abused by aid workers complain? Because keeping quiet is normal.

HAP International releases report into Sexual Exploitation and Abuse entitled, 'To complain or not to complain: still the question.'

No one really likes to complain but we do. In a given day we might complain if our food is overcooked in a restaurant, or if our 12 o'clock train doesn't appear until 12.35.