From the Editors
The New York Times says Jadaliyya "Brings New Life to Arab Studies." Read about it by clicking here.
[Note: The children's portraits are not paired with their drawings, for the sake of their privacy. The young artists of the drawings are kept anonymous and all children are only referred to by first name, when permitted.] The Syrian civil war has created the largest refugee crisis in a generation, yet the world has not provided for nearly enough of them. Many Syrians, mostly children, still need the basics: shelter, education, food, and security. Many also need psychosocial ...Keep Reading »
David Gross is a journalist and award-winning photographer with fifteen years of experience covering stories from mass graves in post-war Kosovo to juvenile prisons in California. Storytelling is his passion. He is a graduate of UC Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism, where he studied print reporting, radio, and photojournalism, with additional studies at the Human Rights Center in war, post-conflict, and international human rights. His work on mass graves in Kosovo won the prestigious World Press Photo award in 2003. He has published in major European and American magazines and newspapers. He also works as an advocacy consultant, combining his journalist storytelling skills with digital design and software development to bring you projects like these.
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"State violence—both structural and political—has been a staple feature of Egypt’s neoliberal governance, under both Mubarak and Morsi, and now under the military-controlled government. In its complicity, the United States has contributed to the structural obstacles Egyptians face in achieving the aims of the revolution."click | email | tweet