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| Liz Mak

Snap # 922 – Return To Kuku Island

https://www.iwmf.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/snapjudgment072418_snap922_returntokukuisland-1.mp3 ( Snap Judgment ) In the 1970s, thousands of Vietnamese refugees were left on the remote Anambas Islands in Indonesia. They were stranded without food, water, and shelter, forced to survive off the land. Now, almost…

| Liz Mak

The Hidden Graves of Kuku Island

Play Dispatches Jul 24, 2018 The Hidden Graves of Kuku Island Carina Hoang grew up in a wealthy family in Vietnam. She had a nanny to take care of her and a maid who cleaned up…

| Molly Crabapple

Trial by Fire

How Nina Droz Franco became a face of Puerto Rican resistance Update: On June 12, 2018, a month after this article was filed, Nina Droz Franco stood before judge Aida Delgado Colón to receive her sentence. In…

| Nicole Tung, Dalia Mortada

In the Kingdom of Men Women in Turkey endure a culture of violence.

Video taken moments after Handan Askin was shot is shaky, but the scene is clear: Ms. Askin is sprawled out on her back on the cobblestone street, her legs splayed. Her arms are bentupward at…

| Olivia Harris

Ireland’s abortion decision: a photo essay

On Friday Ireland will vote in a referendum that could in effect end the ban on abortion. Voters will be asked if they want to repeal the eighth amendment of the constitution, which recognises the…

| Kim Wall, Mansi Choksi

A Chance to Rewrite History: The Women Fighters of the Tamil Tigers

Illustration by Cornelia Li Kim Wall and Mansi Choksi met at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism in 2012. Mansi returned to India after graduation and Kim soon followed; it was the start of a writing…

| Jennifer Rigby

How This Acid Attack Survivor Found Courage

One organisation that knows all too well the challenges faced by individuals like Mi Mi is Akhaya Women, a pioneering group based in Yangon. They have been championing women’s rights since 2008, and are now…

| Justine Van Der Leun

Rosi’s Choice

One day last July, Rosi, a twenty-three-year-old fry cook with a high-school diploma, no English-language skills, and a partially completed Salvadoran accounting degree, sat at a low table in a small, carpeted immigration courtroom in…

| Sonia Narang

After Devastating Cyclone, Fiji Farmers Plant For A Changed Climate

Inside a bustling market in the north coast town of Tavua on Fiji’s largest island, farmer Adi Alesi Nacoba stacks her produce of the day. She carefully lays out eggplants, chilies, and papayas at her…