The Objects That Remind Refugees of Home
"I was afraid of also losing my culture, but something as small as a rug has helped me to hang on to a part of it."
How Migrants Helped to Rejuvenate a Struggling Town
A few years ago, the Sicilian town of Sutera found a renewed sense of purpose after it started welcoming migrant families. Now, Italy's anti-immigration policies are threatening this new balance.
Smugglers Are Stealing Fishing Boats to Ferry Migrants Across the Channel
Brexit might be encouraging them to take more risks.
Why Fashion Can be Vital for Refugees
"I think that if you're badly dressed, everyone sees you as just another refugee."
Photographs of Daily Life in an Overcrowded Refugee Camp
About 1,500 people live in the Moria camp on the Greek island of Lesbos. One of them documented his life there for a month.
Child Refugees Are Being Abused By European Border Officials
A report by Doctors Without Borders details the mistreatment of refugees along the Balkan Route.
This Old VICE Article About the Refugee Crisis Is Now a Play
Writer Henry C. Krempels once found a woman occupying his bunk on a train from Milan to Paris. He first turned her story into an article and now into a play, titled 'The Sleeper'.
So Solid Crew Are Playing a London Gig Raising Money for Refugees
Faze Miyake, Footsie and more are also down to play the Dance for Hope party on Friday 11 August.
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The Greek Hotel Where Tourists and Refugees Sleep Under One Roof
Over the past year, 274 of the most vulnerable refugees on the island of Samos have been accommodated by the aptly named Paradise Hotel.
This Course Helps Refugee Cooks Become Food Entrepreneurs
London-based social enterprise Stories On Our Plate teaches refugees, former refugees, and asylum seekers cooking techniques, as well as the practical skills needed to run a food business.
Tales of Horror and Heroism from the Syrian Civil War
Read a crushing excerpt from ‘We Crossed a Bridge and It Trembled,’ a new book of oral histories compiled by Wendy Pearlman.
What's Left of the Migrants Who Died Trying to Cross from Turkey to Greece
Professor Pavlos Pavlidis has identified 200 dead immigrants in the past 17 years.
Kostas Koukoumakas, Photos: Alexandros Avramidis