UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, presents “In their own words”: Four Asian Americans, who come from refugee backgrounds, talk about the complexities of discovering – and asserting – what it means to be American. A story in honour of Asian American and Pacific Islander AAPI heritage month.
Year after year, Rohingya refugees risk their lives on smugglers’ boats. Five survivors describe their harrowing months at sea.
Just a few weeks ago, they worked as doctors, teachers, artists and at a juice bar. One couple were newlyweds. Then the shooting and the shellfire started.
Across Britain, local groups are being set up to welcome refugees under a programme called Community Sponsorship. This photo essay showcases some of the integration projects.
UNHCR’s Salome Ayukuru, widely known as ‘Mama’, has been helping vulnerable refugees to rebuild their shattered lives for nearly two decades.
These 8 women opened a hair salon to spread hope in one of the world’s largest refugee settlements.
In Burkina Faso, almost nowhere was safe, with armed groups, extremists and criminal gangs waging terror on a daily basis. Then came coronavirus.
A Spanish fisherman made a valiant decision, saving a dozen lives on the Mediterranean.
What would you bring if violence or persecution forced you to flee your country?
Meet the LGBTI refugees finding love beyond borders.