2016 Nansen Award winner pays her respects to refugees lost at sea
Efi Latsoudi, joint winner of this year's Nansen Refugee Award, has worked hard to provide Muslim refugees who have died at sea with proper burials in Greece.
Unaccompanied children in Calais cultivate a world away from home
A centre for young refugees in Saint-Omer offers shelter and protection, as well as the chance to enjoy being children again.
Volunteer refugee teacher steps up to fill gaps in camp schooling
Veteran Sudanese educator launches his own learning centre to give young refugees lessons in English – and peace – at Ethiopian camp.
As beloved imam passes, his hopes for peace live on
For decades, Imam Moussa Bawa worked with Italian nun Sister Maria Concetta to help refugees of all faiths to live in peace. On his death, his successor pledges to continue his work.
Somali student proves it's never too late to learn in Malaysia
Nawa first stepped into a classroom at age 16, but caught up quickly. Now 20, she is getting ready for university and setting an example for other refugees.
At a Kenyan refugee camp, girls learn to beat the odds
Only one girl in 10 makes it to high school at Kakuma, but that's no deterrent for this South Sudanese student with high ambitions.
Young asylum-seekers spend summer break learning German
Seeking refuge from violence in Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria, they spent the summer months learning German, which may hold the key to a new life.
Boat tours highlight Amsterdam's refugee past
Tours on vessels once used to smuggle people across the Mediterranean spotlight city's long history of welcoming refugees and migrants.
With Syria refugee crisis, Lebanese health services improve
Hosting more than one million refugees in a country of four million has given Lebanon an opportunity to improve public healthcare services.