powerful photos from the frontline of the venezuelan migration crisis
Photographer John Guerrero captures some of the 5,000 people who leave La Parada every single day, embarking on a dangerous and harrowing journey for a chance at a better life.
a photographic story of a family's journey from sudan to tel aviv as refugees
Alan and his brothers are refugees from Sudan, trying to create a new life in a new land.
Clementine de Pressigny
"I have no home” – an interview with ai weiwei
The Chinese artist and activist on his new film, Human Flow -- an in-depth look at the refugee crisis from a journey across 23 countries.
how a charity in athens is using skateboarding to help refugees
Free Movement Skateboarding is offering empowerment and freedom for kids stuck in Greek refugee camps.
m.i.a. on trump, war and being a refugee
“Being a refugee is forever changing...We’re still a blob in the world, we’re faceless, and nobody can say why we’re here.”
‘windows on europe’ explores the refugee crisis through short films
This selection of shorts show the migrant experience can be hard, funny, traumatic and romantic.
on the migrant trail: documenting the search for a better life
Foreigner: Migration Into Europe, is a photographic response to the sensationalist and alarmist imagery coming out of Europe’s refugee crisis. Turning the photographer’s lens into an instrument of compassion, recording with honesty the stories of the...
versace, sia and more donate for syrian refugee charity auction
Artists, designers, musicians, festivals, hotels and more have donated items and experiences to Shop for Syria, an eBay auction to help UNHCR’s work during the European refugee crisis.
how berlin's creative community are responding to the refugee crisis
From AirBnb for refugees to education programmes and work schemes, Berlin's start ups and creatives are finding new ways to help those in need.
cate blanchett wants us to step up for syrian refugees
"If you think back to the second World War, knowing what we know now, we don’t want to look back in 50 years time and think we weren’t there, we didn’t help."
louise whelan is making our cultural memories
Meet the inspired Sydney photographer respectfully documenting a new Australia.