Politicians called it a symbol of European failure. Media reports called it squalid. But until it was bulldozed this week, the Idomeni refugee camp offered hope to the thousands of people who lived there. Jina Moore reports for BuzzFeed News.
Kenya says the camps are a security threat, but the move comes at a time when refugees are big business.
We asked our colleagues in eight BuzzFeed offices to describe what sexual harassment is like where they live – and how people fight it.
The godfather of narrative nonfiction said this weekend he didn’t know any women worth reading. Here are some suggestions.
Seriously, this peace march makes you feel good things.
Feminists and conservatives, liberals and racists all say they want nothing more than to protect women’s rights. But right now even German law doesn’t do that. BuzzFeed News’ Jina Moore reports from Cologne.
Returning refugees to risk further compounds a journey already rife with gender violence risks, experts tell BuzzFeed News.
Even a majority of Republicans think women who’ve been raped should be able to get abortions, according to a new poll.
Police aren’t specifying the exact nature of the crimes but say they are sexual in nature.
Women at the camp described an alleged criminal ring among security personnel, who sneak other men into the camp in security uniforms in order to rape and assault refugees.
The overall number is up, because a new country is in the mix, but the overall prevalence is down. Which is science for, “Things are getting better.”
“Our cultural values were trampled by these crimes.”
A horrifying number making the rounds is almost 20 years old.
General descriptions of perpetrators have led many to assume refugees committed the crime.
The new law goes into effect March 1 — but it doesn’t cover sexual violence, and it doesn’t protect people in same-sex partnerships.
The convicted rapist, who is also a musician, apparently won the president over with a sycophantic song.
An independent panel found indifference by field staff to sex abuse and abuse of authority by UN officials.
Sen. Bob Casey is urging the Obama administration to push Sierra Leone’s government to overturn its ban on pregnant girls attending school.