Millions of Afghans are struggling to survive after crucial foreign aid was halted due to the Taliban’s takeover. Images from Afghanistan show a...
Issues and Analysis
Can Iran and Pakistan manage the Taliban’s Emirate? Source: The Search for Stability in Afghanistan, Foreign Affairs, by Kamran Bokhari, January 11,...
“Build back better” became a guiding mantra after the earthquake struck in 2010, but Haiti has struggled to follow it and prepare for future disasters.
Afghan women and activists, who have been facing the worst situation since the Taliban came into power, have started writing their demands on the walls of Kabul.
Two Haitian journalists killed by gang members on the outskirts of Port-au-Prince on Thursday.
“In the face of climate collapse, it’s time for the North to start looking South — and learn from its people and journalists.”
ON AFGHANISTAN, ON DEVELOPMENT | ‘Afghanistan heading for chaos unless action taken immediately’ – Islamic nations
‘Afghanistan heading for chaos unless action taken immediately’ – Islamic nations
The Pentagon’s air wars in Middle East and Afghanistan marked by ‘flawed intelligence’ and ‘faulty targeting’, NYT investigation finds.
Including the views of refugees in efforts to reform the global refugee system is not yet the norm. It desperately needs to be.
‘Telling our own stories’: Rohingya lives, through a camera lens —
Daily joys, growing hardships: Emerging Rohingya photographers are documenting their refugee community’s stories, one snapshot at a time.
Jamaluddin Aram served as CSFilm’s translator and coordinator in Afghanistan from 2010-12.
He is a documentary filmmaker, producer and short story writer from Kabul. He lives in Toronto.
Jamal has written a searingly poetic and vibrantly visual opinion piece on Afghanistan for Canada’s Globe and Mail newspaper.