More than Migrants (China)

In our third series we share the stories of migrant workers in China, and about the children they leave behind.

Photography by Hibshy Samsadin

Latest Articles

Jane’s Story
Since 2005 the International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, and Transphobia is celebrated on May 17. Today we thank all the Read more
London Calling
By D James, cover photo by Joe Kibria on Unsplash “Fuck you! Go back to your own country!” These racist Read more
“There Are Bigger Fears In These Communities Than The Virus”
Text and interview by Maria AB Khaled Al-Shaka works in Jordan giving legal aid in an NGO. After work, he Read more
The Deaf in Wuhan
What was it like to be a Deaf person in Wuhan during the COVID-19 outbreak? Cui Jing tells us about Read more
Lost routines and no more visits: how social distancing measures are influencing the lives of people with intellectual disabilities
By Rose Dekker / cover photo by Zac Ong on Unsplash (Names in this article have been changed to protect Read more
Refugees in Times of the Coronavirus
Text and illustration by Khaoula Houssini The latest surge of coronavirus cases outside of China has raised considerable concerns on Read more
Wo Men 我们
What is the role of women in this world? What do women struggle with, and hope for?  These questions are Read more
DisLabeled
“Disabled people can do the same as non-disabled people. We can also give love and care about others.” In this Read more
My Dream Is…
In one of Pyramid of Babel’s empowerment classes in a Shanghai migrant school, students represented themselves in the present through Read more

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