The Rohingya Refugees: Language and Our Ethical Responsibility

A young volunteer reflects on the rights of refugees and the responsibilities of host countries. Deven Carse with Milana Carse . I live outside of Chicago, one of the biggest and most diverse cities in the United States. The Chicago area has a history of accepting immigrants from around the world and today hosts some

Ituri: Challenges and Prospects for Biocultural Heritage in Conflict Situations

A civilian peacekeeper explores the role of biocultural rights and responsibilities in achieving reconciliation and a lasting peace in conflict areas. Paulin Regnard It was with some trepidation that, in April of 2016, I set foot in Bunia, the capital of the Congolese province of Ituri in the northeastern part of the Democratic Republic of