Displaced women care for their own as Mosul battle rages
Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2016 | Marta Bellingreri, Contributor
As the Mosul operation sends more patients, limited medical staff — themselves displaced — are struggling to provide treatment and health care to a growing number of displaced families.
Artist paints scathing picture of Jordan rape law
Friday, Dec. 18, 2015 | Marta Bellingreri, Contributor
In her most recent exhibition, Jordanian painter Rand Abdelnur condemns Article 308 of Jordan’s penal code, which offers rapists escape from punishment through marrying their victims.
Film tracks Syrian refugees' creative journey to asylum
Monday, Jun. 2, 2014 | Marta Bellingreri, Contributor
A group of Palestinian Syrian refugees performed a mock wedding ceremony to bypass security checks as they crossed Europe from the Mediterranean to reach asylum in Sweden.
No respite for Tunisia's working women
Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2013 | Marta Bellingreri, Contributor
The revolution has not been felt among Tunisia's working-class women, who work long hours in taxing jobs to provide for their families.