Society

Child Labor, Fear, and the Loss of a Generation in Yemen

  “Any country, any society which does not care for its children is no nation at all.” Nelson Mandela Readers are…

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A Day in the Life of a Rural Woman Worker

I ask my mother if the rainy season has begun. She tells me that it has not started yet and…

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Religious Intolerance in Yemen: The Struggle to Practice Freely

Religion is an interesting and versatile concept, and despite its multiplicity and various interpretations, it should not legitimize treating others…

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On Exile: A Journey of Fear, Guilt and Nostalgia

What is exile? Identity? Nostalgia? Memories? Fears? Am I really in exile? What is belonging? If you are in your…

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Keeping Yemen Alive

I don’t want the memories of my Yemen to be overshadowed by media reports.

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The Collapse of the Currency and Unemployment Leads the Yemeni man to depression and Domestic Violence

  Women bear the heaviest burden. This is equally true of peacetime as it is of wartime, which destroys both…

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An Invitation to Accept One Another

Have the disasters of war taught Yemenis how to accept each other? And can Yemenis adopt a faith in equal…

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A Thousand Smiles for One Country: Leaving and Returning to the Motherland

Yousef Moneer writes a heartfelt piece on what it feels like to return home.

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Taiz: The Depth of Civility and the Pain of War

Mohammed al-Munaifi and I met in one of the neighborhoods in Taiz. The 11-year-old puts his earphones into his small…

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Under the Shadow of Sesbania and Qat

The difference between qat and sesbania is that sesbania spreads unsystematically and without human intervention. 

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