Once bullied, Mina is welcomed in community where all – with and without disabilities – live and train together.
The OECD and UNHCR launch Action Plan for refugee employment which supports a new approach, whereby refugees would be included in the communities from the very start.
Rohingya widows who head refugee families in Bangladesh struggle with concerns about food, shelter and the welfare of the next generation.
For nearly a decade, Andrés Toribio and his wife opened their home on the Guatemala-Mexico border to provide shelter and protection for people fleeing violence in Central America, knowing that the route to safety can be dangerous.
Their few belongings packed into rice sacks, Momena Begum and her husband Mohammad Harez squat on a damp plot of sand just above the waterline, waiting to move to a shelter on higher ground.