A new photo exhibit showcasing lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and intersex (LGBTQI) refugees in Canada is helping to cast a light on people often marginalized and compelled to live in the shadows.
Former Somali refugee Habso Mohamud grew up in a refugee camp in Kenya and has something to say to children around the world: “We are the agents of change.”
Eight years into the war in Syria, UNHCR’s Chris Reardon paid a visit to the house where his friend Hani Al Moulia grew up.
UNHCR’s new Director of the Africa Bureau, Raouf Mazou, says the socioeconomic inclusion of refugees is vital to the agency’s efforts.
After eight years of conflict, some Syrians are slowly returning to areas where they feel safe. For many, it is a harsh homecoming, and the start of a new set of challenges.
A new sense of purpose is rekindled among displaced Congolese and locals, working together to empower themselves and address gender-based violence.
Inspired by former refugee and Olympic champion Mo Farah, Sumali refugee Guled joined a running club in his adopted Cairo and began chasing his dreams.
Support scheme in Rwandan capital and elsewhere sees refugee businesses including Burundian-owned LPG store create 2,600 new jobs countrywide.
Arkells will be rocking their hometown of Hamilton as the award-winning Canadian group headline a concert to raise funds and awareness for a cause close to their hearts: supporting refugees.