Diary from Syria: To live or die with dignity
An aid worker in Syria calls on the world to feel the magnitude of the Syrian people’s suffering.
“We always thought that Europe was civilised” – a refugee’s story
“No one is able to help me and my family. We are tired of this.”
A journey through CARE’s work in OPT and Lebanon
Laurie Lee sees first-hand the impact of CARE’s work, the resilience of the people we work with, and the challenges that they still face.
The EU and refugees: Looking the other way
Fundamentally this ‘refugee crisis’ is a crisis of humanity, and a test of the values Europe stands for.
Walk In Her Shoes – from charity to activism
The Walk In Her Shoes women’s day march was not just a celebration - it brought home how much we can do to change the lives of women and girls.
Child marriage in emergencies: A fatal mistake
Child marriage among the Syrian refugee community is seen as a way to ‘protect our girls’ - but it actually puts girls in danger.
4 ways to stop violence against women
To mark 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence, here’s four ways that CARE is working to end gender-based violence.
Human Rights Day: A hand-up for Hamid
Last Friday in Beirut I met Hamid, a young Syrian from Damascus. He's been working as a waiter for almost a year, after he fled the conflict in Syria fearing for his life.