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Alana Chloe Esposito

Contributing Editor

Alana Chloe Esposito is a foreign policy expert and human rights advocate. A UN Correspondent for AWT, she has reported on refugees, sexual violence in conflict, socially conscious art, the UN’s global development agenda, and women peace, and security, among other international issues. She currently serves as Gender Justice Program Officer for an NGO that provides legal support to survivors of gender violence and empowers their defenders.

Rejected by the World: Refugee Journey

Rejected by the World: A Refugee’s Journey

The war that has so far claimed over a quarter million Syrian lives, including those of 30,000 children, has also displaced Thair and his entire family, disrupted his studies, and left the recent university graduate feeling squeezed out of the successful future he had long imagined and worked hard to achieve.

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orangevest Brooklyn Bridge Georgia Lale

Performance Art Project #OrangeVest Sends SOS for Refugees

For a moment last summer the photograph of Alan Kurdi, the three-year-old Syrian boy whose body washed up on the shores of Izmir, roused near-universal empathy for people seeking refuge in Europe from violent conflict at home. Of the more than 1 million refugees, mostly from Syria and Afghanistan, who arrived in Europe since the beginning of 2015, over 85 percent entered Europe through Greece.

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