Pam Bailey is international secretary for the Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Monitor and founder/director of WeAreNotNumbers.org, a storytelling project for refugee youth.
Comment: Similar to the US in Pakistan, Israeli special forces have reportedly been found posing as aid workers, destroying public trust, writes Pam Bailey.
Comment: It's time to start planning for refugees' needs upfront, rather than stall and deny later, writes Pam Bailey.
Comment: Jordan and Egypt have joined Israel in placing strict restrictions on the free movement of Palestinians in Gaza, making conditions even more prison-like than before, writes Pam Bailey
Comment: The world accepts Palestinians as 'permanent refugees' after seven decades of displacement, and it won't be long before Syrians are thought of in the same way, writes Pam Bailey.
Comment: Whatever language is used, the political motivations for violence and the desire for justice must be examined, writes Pam Bailey
Comment: While refugees fleeing war are rightfully being given attention and support, it should be no crime to migrate to escape economic violence, writes Pam Bailey.
Comment: World Refugee Day will rightly focus on hotspots such as Syria, the Mediterranean and Burma. But we must not forget the case of Palestine, says Pam Bailey
Comment: The year since the end of Israel's Operation Protective Edge has seen a litany of broken promises from the international community to rebuild Gaza, says Pam Bailey.
Comment: Attempts to fight illegal immigration will fail and only result in more deaths. A more humane immigration policy would also make good economic sense, says Pam Bailey.
Analysis: Palestinian refugees forced to flee camps in Syria face discrimination and desperate living conditions in Lebanon, explains Pam Bailey.