Politics and power in Jordan’s Za'atari refugee camp

Jordan’s Za’atari camp for Syrian refugees is now the fourth largest population centre in the country. As the settlement is slowly transforming into something much more permanent, humanitarian relief agencies become increasingly involved in the political government of the camp population, not without resistance.

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A glance through the keyhole

A fieldnote from Oslo, Norway (October 2013)

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“Is this true love?”

A fieldnote from Tangier, Morocco (March 2013)

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What does 1000000000000 mean?

Let’s change the perspective within the euro crisis. There is more to politics than macro-economics and incomprehensible numbers. A visit to a support meeting in Murcia, Spain, can give us an idea how it feels to lose a home after 30 years of working.

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“A ghetto is nothing you are born with”

Reflections on a life in-between: the former vice-mayor of the city of Nazareth, Walid Fahoum, shares anecdotes from his life as a Palestinian politician in Israel

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"A ghetto is nothing you are born with"

Reflections on a life in-between: the former vice-mayor of the city of Nazareth, Walid Fahoum, shares anecdotes from his life as a Palestinian politician in Israel

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