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July 31st, 2020

The Work of EPDC and My Experiences Volunteering at a Refugee Camp

  HART is partnered with EPDC (St. Ephrem Patriarchal Development Committee), which provides the means for people living in poverty and under oppression to increase their capacity to improve their living conditions....

July 17th, 2020

Nigeria: COVID-19 and Education

  The number of COVID-19 cases in Nigeria continues to rise and has reached nearly 30,000, with the number of deaths at just below 700. ...

July 8th, 2020

Chibok Schoolgirls Kidnapping: A Forgotten Tragedy?

  The story of the 276 kidnapped Chibok girls is one that was heard around the world. Just over six years after the event, violence in Borno State continues....

July 3rd, 2020

Nigeria and Religious Conflcit

Whilst Nigeria has the biggest economy in Africa, ethnic and cultural divisions continue to spark violence throughout the country....

June 26th, 2020

Spotlight On: CHARM

A key objective of HART’s 2019 visit to Myanmar was to explore the possibility of launching a project that will provide education and training for Community Health Workers’ (CHWs) to help people with disabilities in Myanmar. ...

June 19th, 2020

Spotlight On: Loi Tai Leng School

  Shan State in the east of Burma has been the scene of fighting and ethnic violence for decades. Since 1995, campaigns have been waged against the Shan people which have brought violence to the area and displaced hundreds of thousands....

June 12th, 2020

Spotlight On: Health and Hope, Chin State

  Located in the remote mountains of north west Burma, Chin State is home to over 500,000 ethnic Chin. While the term ‘Chin’ generally refers to one of the many Burmese ethnic groups, the Chin are ethnically and linguistically diverse....

June 5th, 2020

Spotlight on: Shan Women’s Action Network (SWAN)

  Background Shan State in the east of Burma has been the scene of fighting and ethnic violence for decades. Since 1995, campaigns have been waged against the Shan people which have brought violence to the area and displaced hundreds of thousands....

May 29th, 2020

Nagorno Karabakh and the Rise of Armenophobia

  Since the four-day war between Armenia and Azerbaijan in April 2016, the Office of the Nagorno Karabakh Ombudsman has been documenting the unprecedented rise in anti-Armenian rhetoric in Azerbaijan....

May 22nd, 2020

Nagorno Karabakh- The Conflict Between Azerbaijan and Armenia

  At the centre of the dispute over Nagorno Karabakh (Artsakh) is ethnicity. Both Armenians and Azeris (Azerbaijanis) consider the region to be historically and culturally theirs....
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