Residents of eastern Ukraine return home to find ruins
Insecurity still lingers in rural Luhansk as many of those who fled go back to shattered homes, hardship and an uncertain future.
Hungarian volunteers offer warm welcome for refugees
Meals, advice, shelter -- and smiles -- provided to those fearing only cold shoulders.
Art therapy helps a boy who fled war keep the nightmares at bay
Conflict in Colombia killed Miguel's* grandmother and drove his family into exile. Now therapy in Montreal helps him manage fear and anxiety.
Refugees and asylum-seekers sign up to offer warm welcome in Germany
A German program is encouraging refugees and asylum-seekers to volunteer their time and welcome fellow new arrivals.
Mother's dedication inspires 20-year-old to academic success in Turkey
A bomb killed her mother in the family's café in Aleppo. Now Fatima is studying civil engineering with ambitions to move further up the academic ladder.
Luhansk residents struggle to resume normal life after Ukraine conflict
Almost a year after an official ceasefire was announced, there is still sporadic shooting and killings on both sides.
2016 Nansen Award winner pays her respects to refugees lost at sea
Efi Latsoudi, joint winner of this year's Nansen Refugee Award, has worked hard to provide Muslim refugees who have died at sea with proper burials in Greece.
Unaccompanied children in Calais cultivate a world away from home
A centre for young refugees in Saint-Omer offers shelter and protection, as well as the chance to enjoy being children again.
Volunteer refugee teacher steps up to fill gaps in camp schooling
Veteran Sudanese educator launches his own learning centre to give young refugees lessons in English – and peace – at Ethiopian camp.