Gaia Caramazza is a London-based multimedia journalist and staff writer for The New Arab
Podcast producer, Gaia Caramazza, takes us behind the scenes of TNA's flagship podcast - The New Arab Voice.
In-depth: Women displaced by Syria's war face heightened social, economic and healthcare risks, with many left to raise their families alone in IDP camps plagued by miserable conditions.
In-depth: Concerns are mounting over the fate of Rohingya Muslims following Myanmar's military coup, with refugees uncertain about repatriation and those inside the country fearing further persecution.
While attending the Arab Spring protests, Eltahawy was beaten and sexually assaulted. Ten years on, she reflects on violence against women and why Egypt needs a feminist revolution.
“We don’t have lots of demands for repatriation. We just want our safety and security to be guaranteed, and the government of Myanmar should restore our citizenship and equal rights.”
A new survey by the Arab Barometer highlights the devastating impact of gender-based violence in the Middle East during the coronavirus pandemic.
More than 60,000 political prisoners have been incarcerated since Fattah al-Sisi’s power grab in 2013.
Trump’s administration has placed sanctions on Gebran Bassil, one of Lebanon's top Christian politicians, in an effort to weaken the Iranian-backed movement Hezbollah.
With same-sex relations criminalised in Tunisia, the queer community is usually forced to live in the shadows - but now an influencer is endangering their safety.
The New Arab learned that the mayor’s office will stray from previous years and rescind the presence of the Greater London Authority to observe the meetings at the Urban 20.