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All for Nothing

Migrants who fail to reach Europe face humiliation, isolation, and impoverishment at home.

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The Exchange: Are Journalists Checking their Privilege When Covering Refugees?

Tobias Zielony and Anna Badkhen on the displaced, the Global South, and what Africans misunderstand about their peers who’ve made it to Germany.

Los Cristianos, SPAIN:  A boat carring would-be illegal immigrants recovered earlier at sea by coast guard arrive in the port of Los Cristianos on the Spanish Canary island of Tenerife, 10 september 2006. Spain said the previous day it would send planes to scan the coast of Senegal for migrants trying to sail to Europe, in a bid to stem a massive flood of illegal immigration from Africa to its shores.  AFP PHOTO/Desiree MARTIN  (Photo credit should read DESIREE MARTIN/AFP/Getty Images)

Go North, Young Man, Go North!

Even African 'success stories' like Senegal want their citizens to seek their fortune in Europe, because it's easier than giving them a chance at home.

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Can Models Dressed in Trash Save Dakar?

2015 Global Thinker Fabrice Monteiro discusses how plastic-bag couture can teach a generation to respect its environment.

Asylum seekers from Syria stand at the fence of the State Office of Health and Social Affairs (LAGeSo) registration centre in Berlin on December 21, 2015.  / AFP / dpa / Kay Nietfeld / Germany OUT        (Photo credit should read KAY NIETFELD/AFP/Getty Images)

Refugees Don’t Need Your Pity

In a world where 1 in 7 people are displaced, your kindness is just condescension.

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