Oluatoyin Alleyne

Involuntary re-migrants suffocated by stigma

– many unable find jobs after over ten years

She was involuntarily returned to Guyana more than 14 years ago, but the 50-year-old mother of four still cannot find a steady job and finds it “frustrating just to survive.” “I came back here and I try, but is like people just don’t want to give you a second chance.

Inspired by Daniel

Mom of disabled son fights for people with disabilities

Beverly Pile still remembers the day as if it were yesterday. But it was almost 24 years ago that she gave birth to a baby boy, whom she later discovered did not have the ‘ten toes and fingers’ mothers pray for.

High Court deemed her name on blacklist unlawful in 2012 but woman still forced to produce court order to travel today

Over five years after she secured a court order, which deemed a move by the government to have her blacklisted unlawful, a young professional is forced to produce the original document as well as a photocopy every time she is about to leave the country; today she is angry that those who failed to correct the unconstitutional act are now crying foul.