Vulnerable and exposed, Gaza's disabled population are at extra risk of injury. Israeli airstrikes have forced the disabled to leave behind medication and access to mobility to seek shelter in inadequate conditions, leaving many without life or hope.
Children in Gaza have never experienced a peaceful existence free from the looming shadow of violence & turmoil. As Israel continues its bombardment, researchers warn of the psychological, emotional & behavioural impact this has on their development.
Israel's ongoing barrage in Gaza has exacerbated the suffering of over 50,000 expectant mothers who are now without access to medical assistance & facing life-threatening challenges that are exposing them & their unborn babies to severe health risks.
In-depth: Historic levels of inflation and rising food prices across the Middle East and North Africa have left families struggling to afford the basic necessities, turning the Holy month of Ramadan from a month of celebration into one of hardship.
In honour of International Women's Day, Arab Women Artists Now (AWAN) returns for its eighth edition this March, commemorating female creatives from the Arab world and diaspora, with music, comedy, literature, visual art, theatre and performance.
To commemorate International Women's Day, The New Arab sat down with a number of Arab women working in science – from industry-leading experts to stars of the future – to find out more about their journeys, motivations and challenges along the way.
Efforts to preserve Beirut's once-glistening cultural scene are needed now more than ever as the city descends into a dilapidated ruin. Answering this call, a new generation of artists has stepped in to protect iconic sites like the Cinema Royal.
In-depth: With COP27 on African soil, a continent bearing the brunt of a crisis it didn't cause, African activists were hoping to have their calls for climate justice centred, but have been silenced and shut out.