Two years ago, a Colombian housewife decided to turn her home into a makeshift shelter for refugees and migrants on a grueling trek to safety.
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.
A skills programme promotes self-reliance and aims to transform the lives of Rohingya refugee women and women in south-eastern Bangladesh.
A new training project to promote self-reliance among women in host communities and Rohingya refugee women has become operational in Cox’s Bazar.
Ketty Nivyabandi longs for her country, but is determined to continue her fight for women in Burundi – a fight that caused her to lose her homeland.
Volunteers living in refugee camps in South Sudan’s Maban County have opened up their homes to care for women affected by sexual and gender-based violence.
In her own words, Karina recounts what she endured as a survivor of domestic violence and how she is using art to inspire other women.
How one girl went from being a refugee in Malawi to a student at a Canadian university.
Sandrine fled violence in Burundi and found safety at a camp in Rwanda, where she has learned to sew. Now, she has designs on a future as a tailor and helping others to learn the craft.