Category: CITIZENSHIP

How Passports Became the Most Important Form of Identification

Daniela Cortes is a journalist who specializes in international issues that anyone from any country could easily identify with. From financing to human rights, Daniela looks for stories that could help or inspire.
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What’s the most tedious part of travelling? Excluding losing your luggage or missing your flight,...

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St Kitts and Nevis: A Sanctuary for Security, Stability and Citizenship by Investment

The Caribbean is home to a few small nations, yet its influence on the world is significant. From...

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Netflix’s ‘Living Undocumented’ is a Difficult Series to Watch, and Exactly Why We Should

Journalist at Truly Belong
Aisha Mohamed is a young journalist, particularly focusing on culture and entertainment.
With experience in both communications and PR, Aisha also works as a digital artist in her free time. Her work has been featured in the likes of CNN Africa, Buzzfeed, VH1 and more.

As a magazine focused on sustainability and the environment, Aisha is committed to writing about environmental challenges across the globe, especially in countries that may not have had extensive exposure. She is also dedicated to highlighting the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals and the long process to achieving them.
Aisha Mohamed

Global politics and an influx in migration have surged immigrant stories to the forefront of...

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Dominica: A model for climate resiliency

Dominica’s determination in the age of the climate crisis has set an example on the...

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Oxford-Backed Project Connects Partition Survivors to Their Ancestral Homes

Journalist at Truly Belong
Zahra is a Pakistani-Canadian journalist who’s currently living in the U.K. She has a BA in media production and a master's in journalism.

Zahra has written for platforms like CBC News, Brown Girl Magazine, Broadview Magazine, and Narcity Toronto. Her work often centres around topics related to social justice, culture, and travel. She enjoys fondling Spanish on Duolingo, practicing salsa moves in the shower, and talking to strangers on the subway.
Zahra Khozema

As the 75th anniversary of the Partition of India approaches in 2022, a team backed by the...

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Overlooking the Pandemic, Home Has Taken on a New Meaning for Some

Fakiha Baig is a journalist based in Canada.
Fakiha Baig

As the world struggles with the pandemic, home has taken on a new meaning for some. Fakiha Baig...

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The pandemic is taking a toll on expats in the UAE

Dominique is a content writer and digital marketer living in South Africa. She has an advanced diploma in Digital Marketing and over 10 years' experience in the travel and luxury goods market. She enjoys reading, photography and going on road trips to discover small South African towns.
Dominique Heusdens

In the shadow of Coronavirus, the expat community is struggling to survive. COVID-19, which has...

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How UK Boarding Schools Have Adapted During the Pandemic

Dominique is a content writer and digital marketer living in South Africa. She has an advanced diploma in Digital Marketing and over 10 years' experience in the travel and luxury goods market. She enjoys reading, photography and going on road trips to discover small South African towns.
Dominique Heusdens

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected educational systems worldwide, leading to near-total closures...

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More South Africans Are Becoming Citizens of the World

Dominique is a content writer and digital marketer living in South Africa. She has an advanced diploma in Digital Marketing and over 10 years' experience in the travel and luxury goods market. She enjoys reading, photography and going on road trips to discover small South African towns.
Dominique Heusdens

As South Africans struggle to free itself from the grip of the COVID-19, some of the country’s...

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Ten Reasons to Choose St Kitts and Nevis

Dominique is a content writer and digital marketer living in South Africa. She has an advanced diploma in Digital Marketing and over 10 years' experience in the travel and luxury goods market. She enjoys reading, photography and going on road trips to discover small South African towns.
Dominique Heusdens

There are many reasons to journey to St Kitts and Nevis, which is also known as the island of a...

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Court Rules Child British Citizenship Registration Fee of £1000 Unlawful

Journalist at Truly Belong
Zahra is a Pakistani-Canadian journalist who’s currently living in the U.K. She has a BA in media production and a master's in journalism.

Zahra has written for platforms like CBC News, Brown Girl Magazine, Broadview Magazine, and Narcity Toronto. Her work often centres around topics related to social justice, culture, and travel. She enjoys fondling Spanish on Duolingo, practicing salsa moves in the shower, and talking to strangers on the subway.
Zahra Khozema

In a landmark judgement case, a UK court ruled the Home Office’s £1012 child citizenship fee...

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