Which Chinese phone giant dominates sales in Africa against Apple ?

Transsion Holdings Limited is a parent company to Tecno, Infinix and Itel. Companies that have successfully manufactured mobile phone devices specifically for the African market. Product features The combination of variety and availability of affordable feature phones, in addition to a […]

Detention of Refugees & Migrants in Libya


“EU and UN, where is your endorsement of this MSF statement? And why have  you failed to declare yourselves similarly!” Stop arbitrary detention of refugees and migrants disembarked in Libya – Libya | ReliefWeb Médecins Sans Frontières Médecins Sans Frontières […]

China & African Aid & Development


The China in Africa weekly podcast with Shanta Bloemen, Eric and Cobus considers China’s new aid agenda in Africa. Bloemen spent more than 20 years working in Africa and Asia with UNICEF. Together they explore how the entire philosophy about […]

Special Jurisdictions

Politas is helping make the refugee cities vision a reality. Through projects in Northern Africa and the Middle East. Michael Castle Miller is the CEO of Politas Consulting and serves as the Executive Director of Refugee Cities. Presently, Michael is familiar with […]

Empowering Refugees


The Refugee Code Academy recently visited one of the largest refugee camps in the world to set up an on-site coding school. HTiL team member Omron Blauo in this excellent article, highlights the benefits of A NEW MODEL FOR REFUGEES […]

Urban Refugees


MyInform exists precisely to empower refugees – partner with us operationally in the ground so we can do precisely that   The prevailing image of where refugees live is of temporary camps in isolated areas — but in reality, nearly […]

Inside the EU’s flawed $200 million migration deal with Sudan


This article was originally published by IRIN News, a news agency specialised in reporting humanitarian crises. It is by Caitlin L. Chandler, longform and investigative journalist focused on human rights. Inside the EU’s flawed $200 million migration deal with Sudan. Without addressing the root causes […]

Jesuit Worldwide Learning


“Fr. Peter Balleis, SJ, a leading advocate of refugee and forcibly displaced persons’ rights, has been fighting for human rights and social justice with Jesuit Refugee Services for more than 20 years. As executive president of Jesuit Worldwide Learning, Fr. […]

Refugees in Uganda Combating Information Precarity


HTIL are delighted to share some examples of the excellent work by our partners CDC and CEDED in Uganda. From trauma healing and reconciliation programs to providing counselling training and skills for refugee women leaders in Rhino Camp. Allowing women to change […]

What can exiled professors offer to students?


Thousands of exiled professors skills could be harnessed to assist displaced people through education and training. Oula Abu Amsha a Syrian Computer Science and Applied Mathematics professor shares her ideas around an International learning community of displaced refugees. In Interruptions, […]