Déby: The Last Victim of Libya Crisis

Déby: The Last Victim of Libya Crisis

Chad president Idriss Déby died a short time ago and left behind one of the poorest nations of the world, with widespread poverty, underdevelopment, and an undemocratic state system.

2021 Orphan Report

2021 Orphan Report

Today’s social and economic problems create new definitions of orphanhood. If the necessary precautions are not taken with regard to the most fragile members of the society, it seems inevitable that the problem will become much more devastating.

  • Human Rights
  • Muslim Minorities
  • Islamic World
Inequalities in Global Education

Inequalities in Global Education

April 06, 2021

Today, 17% of children, adolescents and young people, in other words, 258 million, do not go to school; considering the education data, it seems that most of the inequalities are related to poverty.


New Zealand Muslims

New Zealand Muslims

February 23, 2021

The Muslim presence in New Zealand, which started at the end of the 19th century, has increased rapidly in the last two decades from the effect of the country's changing immigration policies.



  • Humanitarian Diplomacy
  • Humanitarian Relief
  • War and Conflict
What is next in the Bangsamoro?

What is next in the Bangsamoro?

December 10, 2018

The peace process, which began in 1997 between the Philippine government and the (MILF) Moro Islamic Liberation Front, passed a new phase with the signing of the Comprehensive Agreement in 2014. Both sides worked to protect the peace process from this date until the law will be ratified. On July 27, 2018, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte approved the Bangsamoro Organic Law and steps have been taken for the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM)

Humanitarian Diplomacy: A Conceptual Discussion

Humanitarian Diplomacy: A Conceptual Discussion

October 23, 2018

Considering the challenges there appears an interesting dilemma: rather than the non-state armed actors, humanitarian organizations are challenged more by the states who are mostly funding the activities. This brings about the need to invest in how to use the states to increase the leverage capacity of the NGOs. It is clear that without the permission of states humanitarian assistance cannot be possible, whether it is because of funds, or access related assertiveness. To overcome the challenges,

Turkish NGOs in Southern Africa

Turkish NGOs in Southern Africa

March 30, 2021

It is true that aid projects are humanitarian in their essence, but in the long run, these humanitarian activities helps a country’s future as a whole. Social or community role helps build trust between the African people and the Turkish society.

The Way for New Humanitarianism

The Way for New Humanitarianism

March 18, 2021

Although humanitarian aid providers manage to increase their funds and the number of people they reach, the solution to the problems becomes more challenging with each passing day.

Déby: The Last Victim of Libya Crisis

Déby: The Last Victim of Libya Crisis

April 29, 2021

Chad president Idriss Déby died a short time ago and left behind one of the poorest nations of the world, with widespread poverty, underdevelopment, and an undemocratic state system.