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From our Joseph Allchin writes on informal patronage networks in that have hampered the development of collective bargaining.
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Here is why we are partnering with South Asia Media Defenders Network (SAMDEN) for tracking legal attacks on journalists and independent media in Southasia. This is how you can help:
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A photo essay from our on cherry-picking in by Kamran Yousuf
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From our : a narrative by Prashanthi Jayasekara and Vagisha Gunasekara about a day in the life of Devika, a foot soldier among the small army deployed by a big conglomerate to clean up after 600,000+ Sri Lankan citizens.
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Himal Southasian Apr 21
In Part 4 of our series on Afghans in Germany, meet hip-hop artist Hosain Amini aka 'MC Trelos' aka 'Hosain 0093'.
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Himal Southasian Apr 21
Generations of Afghans had been arriving in Germany since the late 1970s as each successive conflict led to displacement. Read part 06 of our series that dives deep into the lives of an Afghan singer in Germany.
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Himal Southasian Apr 21
The German concept of ‘Heimat’ translates, loosely, to ‘homeland’, but that is just one shade of meaning of the word. What does ‘homeland’ mean to the Afghan refugees living in Germany? Find out in the last of our 08-part series, 'The Making of a Refugee’.
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Himal Southasian Apr 21
We are deeply concerned about today's bomb blasts here in Sri Lanka and are monitoring the situation. Our colleagues at Himal Southasian are all safe.
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Himal Southasian Apr 20
For migrants, everything has to be learnt all over again. Read Taran Khan’s series as she takes a deep dive into the lives of Afghan refugees and migrants living in Germany.
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Himal Southasian Apr 20
Do you know of any journalists or media groups in Southasia who face legal attacks? Let us know:
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Himal Southasian Apr 20
Hosain Amini is an Afghan diaspora living in Germany as a refugee. Hosain is also a hip-hop artist who goes by the name of 'MC Trelos' aka 'Hosain 0093’. Read his story here.
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Himal Southasian Apr 20
In Part 06 of our series 'The Making of a Refugee', we follow the story of an Afghan singer to look deeper into the layers of Afghan community in Germany, beyond the immediate cycle of arrivals.
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Himal Southasian Apr 20
In Afghanistan, Shekib Mosadeq garners a younger audience while in Germany, his concerts are full of older people from a generation that remembers war and displacement, either directly, or through their parents.
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Himal Southasian Apr 19
For many people, the thought of refugees before they became refugees was a novel one. Read Taran Khan’s series as she takes a deep dive into the lives of Afghan refugees and migrants living in Germany.
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Himal Southasian Apr 19
In partnership with South Asia Media Defenders Network (SAMDEN), we are tracking legal attacks on journalists and media groups in Southasia. This is how you can help:
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Himal Southasian Apr 19
The term ‘refugees’ evoked a homogenous mass of people. But within communities, the lines are clear. Read part 06 of our series that dives deep into the lives of Afghan refugees in Germany.
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Himal Southasian Apr 19
The German concept of ‘Heimat’ translates, loosely, to ‘homeland’, but that is just one shade of meaning of the word. What does ‘homeland’ mean to the Afghan refugees living in Germany? Find out in the last of our 08-part series, 'The Making of a Refugee’.
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Himal Southasian Apr 19
We hope you enjoyed our recap of the past year! Here’s the final on from our series, a piece by Topden Tsering titled, “In the embrace of letting go”, a personal essay on a death in the family.
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Himal Southasian Apr 19
For migrants, everything has to be learnt all over again. Read Taran Khan’s series as she takes a deep dive into the lives of Afghan refugees and migrants living in Germany.
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Himal Southasian Apr 19
How does one respond, if they knew what was unfolding in front of them – if they knew they were watching another person about to turn into a refugee? Read Qasim’s story in the last of our 08-part series, 'The Making of a Refugee’.
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