Anna Lekas Miller
Anna Lekas Miller is an independent journalist, covering migration, immigration and women's issues around the world. Follow her antics and work @agoodcuppa on Twitter.
Hundreds of thousands of immigrants are deported from the US each year, and many of them leave behind US citizen spouses and children. Here's how two families have changed their holiday traditions after the deportations of their husbands and fathers.
Without a legal document to "prove" their relationship, this LGBTQ couple from Honduras were separated when they applied for asylum in the US. But gay marriage is illegal in Honduras — and they were fleeing persecution on the basis of sexual orientation.
Even though President Joseph Kabila has decided not to run in the upcoming elections, his government is still cracking down on opposition activists. Now, it has extended to artists and musicians.
In the refugee camps on the Greek island of Lesbos, vulnerable refugees, such as pregnant women, older people or families with small children can have their asylum cases processed faster than single men, who often wait the longest for any answer on their applications. Some men feel ignored and stuck.
Conflict & Justice
As anti-refugee blowback forces Chancellor Angela Merkel to close the country's doors, an Arabic-language library and cultural center in Berlin seeks mutual understanding.
The 21-year-old activist is gathering women’s stories of sexual harassment and carefully typing them out on her antiquated machine.
The camp's Palestinian refugees were suffering long before IS came into the picture.