In the first months of 2022, the number of people forced to flee war, violence and persecution worldwide surpassed 100 million for the first time.
The Refugee Olympic and Paralympic Teams travelling to Tokyo will bring hope and inspiration to millions worldwide and will shine a light on the power of sport to help displaced people rebuild their lives.
Known as the global compact on refugees, it aims to improve the international response to new and existing refugee situations.
These eight stories profile refugees who have made a fresh start in Canada over the years, finding safety and giving back.
This series, developed with photographer Aubrey Wade, showcases Europeans who have welcomed refugees into their homes.
Across Canada, longtime residents are creating powerful friendships with Syrian refugees, transcending language and culture.
Spotlight - Photo essays
This Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, Nga Vương-Sandoval celebrates her name, and her journey.
Photographer Giles Duley went to Angola to meet with Congolese women who had survived unspeakable violence, bear witness to their suffering and pay tribute to their strength.
StoryMaps - Visualising data on displacement
Away from the headlines, millions of forcibly displaced people are being pushed to the brink.
The maps, stats and facts on how the pandemic has impeded efforts to protect the displaced and affected their access to basic rights
Forced to flee their homes but remaining in their countries, the internally displaced are among the world's most vulnerable people.
From the Sahel to Central America, climate change is driving displacement and increasing the vulnerability of those already forced to flee.