We are kicking off the new year with our brand new series, Radio Realidad! Over the course of more than six months, we explored the three central american countries … Continue readingDanha
Today is International Migrants Day. It also marks the one year anniversary of this website’s creation. We thought we’d mark this day by giving you the last video of our … Continue readingAnon*
A prison abolitionist and activist from the United States, brings us back down to earth and describes some practical acts of solidarity which are consistent with more utopian longer term aims. … Continue readingTaran
‘Changing Tack’: a collection of (extra)ordinary folks ideas on how to reimagine our collective approach to the movement of people. Our series continues as we interview Erol, a Kurdish activist … Continue readingErol
In recent years, at the behest of the US government, Mexican authorities have been cracking down on migration through Mexico which, in turn, has put migrants at more risk of … Continue readingHow is a migrant caravan formed?
‘Changing Tack’: a collection of (extra)ordinary folks ideas on how to reimagine our collective approach to the movement of people. On the 25th November 2018, we attended an event in … Continue readingFish
Introducing Fabio, an Italian activist based in Mexico, where his children were born. This is the first video in our new series – ‘Changing Tack’: a collection of (extra)ordinary folks’ … Continue readingFabio
Interview with Berta ‐ Chimaltenango, Guatemala, 2018 “You want me to tell you the truth. It makes my heart break. That really hurts when you leave somebody with your … Continue readingBerta’s story ‐ Between Two Worlds
A few days ago we got back from Lago Atitlán, one of Guatemala’s prime tourist spots where we spent Christmas eating chocolate, drinking beers and ordering food, and it got … Continue readingFree movement for all?
Introducing Hector who has lived in Chicago for years. He would like to go back but as the ‘gringos’ won’t let him in he will probably make a life for … Continue readingLa #caravana de Historias ep 9
Introducing Siomara Chirinos, travelling with her baby and partner, who told us about the pain of leaving two children behind in Honduras and her plans to find work in the US. … Continue readingLa #caravana de Historias ep 8
Introducing Kevin Dies, a ‘campesino’ who was forced to leave his wife and three children behind in order to find work in the US. Here he talks about organised gang violence … Continue readingLa #caravana de Historias ep 7