CELEBRATING 15 YEARS OF EXCEPTIONAL JOURNALISM
Shunned by the Nepal government, young Tibetans struggle to find work, travel overseas, and open bank accounts. One asks, “Who are we?”
A government program that held the promise of prosperity and smooth reintegration instead has frustrated returnees with burdensome requirements and a tortuous bureaucracy.
The East African country hosts the most refugees and asylum seekers in sub-Saharan Africa. But many who hope to begin a new life say they are treated unfairly on several fronts — starting with housing.
Explore how and why people cross borders.
Photo by Marissa Revilla, GPJ Mexico
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