111, 2018

By |November 1st, 2018|Blog, CRYD Media, CRYD News, Events, migration|0 Comments

CRYD Representatives attended Regional Conference: Human rights in Migration Governance – From Influences to Responsibilities and Practice.
On October 15 – 17, 2018, CRYD representatives attended Regional Conference on Human rights in Migration Governance organized by KNCHR and GIZ and invited from practitioners, advocates, academics and students for the Horn of Africa Region.
The objective of the […]

3110, 2018

By |October 31st, 2018|CRYD Media, CRYD News, Economy, migration|0 Comments

We Need to Talk About Integration After Migration. Here Are Four Ways We Can Improve It

Public opinion about the value of migration appears closely tied to perceptions about integration. Image: REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke

(World Economic Forum) – Integration is the delicate, critical transition of the migrant from outsider to insider – the process by which migrants become a […]

3110, 2018

A Quarterly Newsletter 

By |October 31st, 2018|Blog, CRYD Media, CRYD News, migration, News For Youth, Research, Youth Stories|0 Comments

Trends in Focus – youth migration in Somalia 
Drivers of youth migration in Somalia
Mogadishu – September 30, 2018: Youth migration has seen a significant spike over the last few years in urban settings throughout Somalia. There are many factors that prompt urban youth to consider migrating through risky journeys and troubled waters across the Mediterranean. These factors […]

2809, 2016

The Socioeconomic Challenges associated with Somali Youth

By |September 28th, 2016|Blog, CRYD News, Domestic & Economic|0 Comments


Getty image  Somali youth.
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2207, 2016

Wellcome Masters Degree Scholarships for International Students UK 2017

By |July 22nd, 2016|Education, Opportunities For Youth|0 Comments

Wellcome Trust is inviting applications for masters degree scholarships for international students to study in UK.  A Fellowship normally provides up to 30 months’ support. A period of 12 months should normally be dedicated to undertaking a taught master’s course at a recognised centre of excellence, combined with up to 18 months to undertake a research […]

2207, 2016

300 Scholarships at University of Melbourne, Australia

By |July 22nd, 2016|Education, News For Youth, Opportunities For Youth|0 Comments

The University of Melbourne is pleased to offer up to 300 scholarships for international students in 2016–2017 academic session. Scholarships are available for Master or Doctorate by research degree programme. The university of Melbourne aims to assist international students who require financial assistance with scholarships. Established in 1853, the University of Melbourne are a public-spirited institution that makes distinctive […]

2104, 2016

Massive loss of life reported in latest Mediterranean tragedy-including more than 200 Somalis.

By |April 21st, 2016|Blog, CRYD Media, Domestic & Economic, migration|0 Comments

A boat carrying refugees and migrants drifts on the Mediterranean Sea shortly before rescue by the Italian Navy in 2014.
Report from UNHCR and IOM

GENEVA, April 20 (UNHCR) – A UN Refugee Agency team has interviewed survivors of an overcrowded boat that sank in the Mediterranean in what could be one of the worst tragedies involving refugees and […]

2104, 2016

State of the Africa Region: The Time to Reform is Now

By |April 21st, 2016|Blog, CRYD Media, CRYD News, Economy|0 Comments

Government delegations, development partners, members of public and private sector, business leaders, and media gathered for the State of the Africa Region, based on data from the recently-released Africa’s Pulse economic analysis.
© A’Melody Lee/World Bank



During the recent State of the Africa Region, World Bank Vice President Makhtar cited reforms as key to reigniting growth […]

304, 2016

The $2 Billion Market for Passports

By |April 3rd, 2016|migration|0 Comments

The $2 Billion Market for Passports

by  Vikram Mansharamani
 How wealthy people are buying passports from other countries.


As migration and inequality continue to get significant attention from the U.S. presidential candidates, it is worth noting a rising phenomenon at the intersection of these two topics: economic citizenship. A growing number of countries offer individuals passports in return for investment, and the […]

610, 2015

Somali Fishery, the Challenges inhibiting youth participation in fishery and the Opportunities for youth in aquaculture.

By |October 6th, 2015|Agriculture/Fishery/Livestock|1 Comment

Somalia has a coastline of 3300 km that presents a considerable potential for artisanal fisheries and coastal area development, where efficient fishing, fish marketing and processing remain critical to provide household livelihoods, create jobs and generate incomes for the Somali people. However, constraints to artisanal fisheries and coastal development include weak institutional and human capacities […]