refugees

Photography

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.
i-D Staff
10.28.19
Culture

this book confronts the harmful myth of modern masculinity

JJ Bola's 'Mask Off' exposes masculinity as a performance men are bullied into. It urges us as a society to move past those pressures, and redefine what it means to be a man, on our own terms.
JJ Bola
9.20.19
Culture

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
12.12.18
Music

spellling's ominous disco speaks to the ghosts of slavery

On shimmering new track 'Haunted Water,' the Oakland producer traces the path of the Middle Passage — and turns an eye to the global refugee crisis.
Nick Fulton
11.13.18
News

migration is actually good for the economy, says new report

Donald Trump and UKIP supporters, this one’s for you.
Roisin Lanigan
6.21.18
Culture

"i have no home": an interview with ai weiwei

The Chinese artist and activist on his new film, "Human Flow," which provides an in-depth look at the refugee crisis from a journey across 23 countries.
Juule Kay
11.29.17
Culture

this charity in athens is using skateboarding to help refugees

Free Movement Skateboarding is offering empowerment and freedom for kids stuck in Greek refugee camps.
Anastasiia Fedorova
11.3.17
Music

m.i.a. talks trump, war and being a refugee at the oxford union

“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.”
Wendy Syfret
i-D Staff
5.11.17
Film

‘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.
Nadja Sayej
1.16.17
News

migrant workers plan day of action in protest at brexit

As we face up to the reality of what Brexit means, the group set to be most affected are planning a labour boycott to protest against rising racism and xenophobia. We should all support it and fight back against the divisive rhetoric.
Felix Petty
10.12.16
Music

pj harvey gives young refugees a platform for their poetry

Polly Jean is (again) merging art and activism to mark National Poetry Day.
Hannah Ongley
10.6.16
Culture

at the march to protect the rights of refugees

The day after the EU Referendum results came in, signalling a move towards Brexit, we went to the East London march against racism, for migrant rights, and against fascist violence.
Rosie Harriet Ellis
6.27.16
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