CELEBRATING 15 YEARS OF EXCEPTIONAL JOURNALISM
Many who fled conflict in their home countries now feel neglected by Uganda’s government. The youngest among them struggle simply to get an education.
Shunned by the Nepal government, young Tibetans struggle to find work, travel overseas, and open bank accounts. One asks, “Who are we?”
After the isolation of quarantine, returnees encounter nervous relatives, hostile neighbors and landlords who refuse to rent to them. A crippled economy and ravaged health care system heighten their plight.
Explore how and why people cross borders.
Photo by Marissa Revilla, GPJ Mexico
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