Eager refugees cram crowded classrooms in Ugandan school
Yangani Primary School in the Bidibidi refugee settlement in northern Uganda has 5,000 students and a staff of just 38.
Gangs drive Hondurans from their homes and land
As street gangs prey on Hondurans, thousands of property owners are forced to leave their homes and land behind.
Former Syrian wrestling champion ready for second round
After establishing a successful training programme in a refugee camp, a star wrestler from Syria is now changing lives in Canada.
Author Khaled Hosseini commemorates the death of Alan Kurdi, the Syrian boy who drowned in September 2015.
Hundreds of children lose lives on desperate sea journeys
Infants and children are among the 8,500 refugees and migrants who have died or gone missing in the Mediterranean since toddler Alan Kurdi drowned two years ago.
Grateful Colombian refugee opens home to Venezuelans in need
Angelica Lamos was welcomed in Venezuela when she fled armed rebels in Colombia in 2003. Now she is returning the favour.
Freed Iraqi boy settles into new life in Canada
After three years in captivity, 13-year-old Emad is reunited with his mother and siblings in Winnipeg.
Mexican shelter welcomes LGBTI refugees
La 72, run by Franciscan Friar Tomás González Castillo near the Guatemalan border, is the first shelter in Mexico to cater to the needs of LGBTI refugees.
A welcome for refugees in the U.S. heartland
Cobi Cogbill wants his kids to grow up respecting people who are different – starting with a family of Congolese refugees resettled in Arkansas.