Burundian refugees head home but face reintegration challenges
Over 60,000 refugees have returned this year from across the region as tensions ease in Burundi, although more aid is urgently needed to help them pick up their lives and start over.
More than 60,000 Burundian refugees voluntarily return home this year
Refugee Para athletes relish chance to compete at global level
Six refugee athletes lead the parade at the Tokyo Paralympics Opening Ceremony, sending a powerful message to the 12 million forcibly displaced people living with disabilities.
Burundian taekwondo athlete set to make his mark at Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games
Parfait Hakizimana has overcome numerous challenges to take the stage in Tokyo as part of the Refugee Paralympic Team.
Six athletes to make up Refugee Paralympic Team at Tokyo Games
Competitors in four sports – including first female refugee Paralympian – ready to take to world stage after beating the odds despite being forced to flee their homes.
Global photo project shows power of football during displacement
As the European football championships kick off, Goal Click Refugees campaign reveals how the sport promotes integration as seen through the eyes of forcibly displaced people.
Hope and opportunity for refugee students in Botswana
As universities begin to offer scholarships, refugee students look forward to a more secure future in the country they now call home.
Starting over is not easy but Burundian refugees are hopeful as they return home
Hope and expectation as Burundian refugees return home after years in exile in Rwanda.