The Life and Strange Death of the Khmer Rouge Survivor Who Won an Oscar, Then Got Murdered
Today marks the 20-year anniversary of the murder of Haing S. Ngor, which some believe was ordered by the Khmer Rouge in response to his role in 'The Killing Fields.'
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
We Talked to Migrants About The Cultural Significance of Scarface
"We were booking penthouses at Crown and snorting eight-balls...the world was ours, until it fell apart."
The Power and Privilege Issue
Meet the Teenage Girl Who Led Thousands in Protest Against Sweden’s Deportation of Afghan Refugees
The deportations haven’t stopped, but 18-year-old Fatemeh Khavari made Sweden pay attention to their struggle.
News of Zealand
Behind the New Zealand Politicking, Nauru’s Human Rights Crisis Continues
Detained journalists, Jacinda Ardern’s solo flight and New Zealand domestic politics take centre stage.
Protestors Want Qantas and Virgin Airlines To Stop Deporting Asylum Seekers
Protests are taking place outside corporate offices today.
Why Fashion Can Be Vital for Some Refugees
"I think that if you're badly dressed, everyone sees you as just another refugee."
This New Short Film Shows Life in Isolation for Imprisoned Refugees
If there's one thing you watch today, make it Bassam Tariq's heart-wrenching, four-minute 'Wa'ad.'
Hungarian aid groups would rather go to jail than abandon refugees
“It is a new low point in an intensifying crackdown on civil society, and it is something we will resist every step of the way”
Obama Finally Spoke Out Against Trump's Family Separations, Sort Of
"All of us were strangers once, too," the former president wrote on Facebook.
Trump Has Quietly Cut Legal Aid for Migrant Kids Separated from Parents
A program that provides help to unaccompanied minors was slashed just as the government has instituted policies that split kids from parents.
VICE on HBO
Inside Libya's failed revolution
The 2011 toppling of Muammar Gaddafi left Libya at the mercy of warring militias and in the grip of an African refugee crisis.