What does a group of Syrian refugee girls based in Jordan have to do with squash? Apparently, a lot. Find out how one organization is trying to create a better future for refugee children through the game of squash.
What is the life of a refugee aid worker like? A great deal experience psychological trauma and even uncertainty in existence. Check out how one worker is affected by the refugee crisis and how it shapes her identity.
Jordan is one of the hubs for illegal wildlife trade in the Middle East, and turns out, there are some people out there trying to stop this. What’s the story behind this Jordan-based animal shelter and how is it giving a second chance for animals around the world?
Mona Shehabi is a jack of all trades, working as a filmmaker, fashion designer and even a chef. On top of all that though, she’s a mother. How does this Jordanian look to empower women and her society by simply being her?
Why is an Italian talking about healthcare and NGOs in Jordan? Turns out they are two of the most prominent things in this Middle Eastern country. What does this particular NGO worker have to say about it?
Hybris Media is an independent media project covering stories on the everyday people with a focus on social issues, environmental issues, & innovation. The aim would be to reshape the news as well as to inspire or encourage change.
We focus on covering stories within our daily communities; hopefully to give a voice that actually represents our society, not to mention trying to restore a little faith within media & journalism.