The face of emigration, and the changing labour force in Lithuania Published in Kauno Diena An underground train pulls up in North Woolwich, London, spilling a multi-cultural crowd. Amongst them, … Continue reading Lithuania’s emigration crisis – from London to EU’s periphery
Chechens seeking asylum in EU stranded in ‘Europe’s last dictatorship’ Recent story with Jonathan Brown from Brest, Belarus. Abdullah had to flee, because of his whistle-blowing activities on … Continue reading Chechens seeking asylum in EU stranded in ‘Europe’s last dictatorship’
September 12, 2016. Available on SIPA Press. Belarusians came out to support the opposition and demand “new and fair” parliamentary elections.
Published at Al Jazeera English The deportation order came as a shock. ‘Be ready at 2am,; the letter read, ‘for a transfer to Dusseldorf Airport where you will be flown … Continue reading German church shelters deportees
Police estimates indicate that between 30,000 and 40,000 people attended the pro-Erdogan demonstration. Published at the Middle East Eye Stream of red flags flowed towards the river Rhein, overshadowed … Continue reading Turkish diaspora in Germany left divided
Temporary Permanence — A series of pictures from Bristol’s nightlife scene.
Published in Al Jazeera Written by Jonathan Brown Sarajevo, Bosnia – In the weeks leading up to her escape from ISIL-controlled territory in Syria, Noora, a Yazidi from Sinjar, was … Continue reading ISIS recruits in Bosnia
Published in 15min.lt Refugees: Balkan pass — PRESHEVO, Serbia Military and special police forces guard the Serbian border with Macedonia. “No, everything is quiet and peaceful,” says an officer.“We have … Continue reading Refugees: Balkan pass
Kosovars use bricks, tear gas protesting EU agreement The government’s Stability and Association Agreement with EU has met with widespread discontent in Kosovo. Words by Jonathan Brown, Al Jazeera