A passionate advocate for the education of girls and young women in Jordan’s refugee camps, Muzon has been hailed as Syria’s answer to Malala.
An art project in Hungary showcases refugees and volunteers whose lives intersected at Budapest’s central train station.
As thousands of refugees land daily on the Greek island of Lesvos, world-renowned photographer Giles Duley documents the relief and suffering of reaching dry land.
Street photographer Brandon Stanton takes ‘Humans of New York’ on the road, profiling refugees, volunteers and aid workers in Europe.
Musicians fleeing conflict in Mali keep their culture alive in a remote corner of Mauritania.
In the Dominican Republic, thousands of stateless children are struggling to secure their right to a nationality.
The very young, the aged and the disabled face especially difficult challenges while waiting to cross borders in Europe.
They were at the top of their game when fighting shook the Central African Republic. Now living as refugees, six stars wonder if they’ll ever compete at that level again.
Ali worried that his young children would never meet their grandma or see the ocean. Now, after five years in exile, they are going home to Kismayo.
Hana Zabalawi was a refugee herself, but now she’s on the other side. In the pouring rain she offers hope to people with deeply uncertain futures.
A grandma, a teacher and a mayor are among thousands of volunteers from all over Austria embracing desperate refugees seeking safety in Europe.
Children fleeing deadly conflicts in Sudan and South Sudan share a singular pursuit: catching mudfish to pay for their schooling.
When he heard about the refugee crisis in Europe, Victor Ullman packed his knives, drove to Croatia and started cooking.
Bzeibiz Bridge, which spans the Euphrates River just west of Baghdad, has become a lifeline for Iraqis fleeing violence in Anbar Province.
Sonita was born and raised in Iran. Zia arrived at age six. Meet two Afghan refugees intent on rebuilding their ancestral homeland.
Another boat ferrying refugees to Europe has capsized between Turkey and Greece. Rescuers arrived too late to save them all.
Our five-part series follows an aspiring young artist who fled Syria with his family and must cope with a debilitating eye condition.
After his mother died, the young boy was beaten, deprived of an education and forced to work. One day he found a way out.
When the bullets began flying in Bangui, Simplice fled on his crutches. At Mpoko Airport, he found safety – and several fellow musicians.
The 2015 Nansen Refugee Award goes to an Afghan schoolteacher who has transformed the lives of a thousand refugee girls in Pakistan.
Refugee children in Pakistan often struggle to access quality education. But that’s exactly what they need to one day rebuild their country.
When Alaa fled war in Syria he refused to be separated from his violin. Little did he know his musical talent would become his lifeline.
Smugglers cast 5,000 desperate souls adrift on the Andaman Sea. Survivors spoke to UNHCR about their terrifying ordeal.