Daniel Trilling

The World Is Experiencing the Worst Refugee Crisis Since World War II
December 19, 2014

Following the footsteps of migrants from Africa to London.  

For Syria's Refugees, Europe Is A Road To Nowhere
February 06, 2014

Since the Syrian conflict began, only 10,000 of millions of refugees have been resettled formally in western countries. What's happened to the rest?

What Does it Mean to Call a Jewish Person “Un-British”?
October 05, 2013

My grandmother left Germany for England at the end of August 1939.

The Squatters Who Are Saving Italy's Cultural Treasures
September 17, 2013

To the right of the grand staircase leading up to the circle at the Teatro Valle in Rome is a plaque that says the theatre hosted the premiere in 1921 of Luigi Pirandello’s Six Characters in Search of an Author.