"Refugee youths carry immense creative capital, and the most untapped potential because of the uncertainty they are forced to navigate in their day to day life."
Up to 100,000 Syrian children living in the Jordanian capital Amman are not in school, many forced to work because they are the only ones who can get jobs and support their families.
In "The Feelies," artists and scientists virtually transport participants to New York and Jordan.
Before the war, almost all children in Syria went to school, and literacy rates were above 90 percent, a new report by Save the Children and UNICEF notes. Now, more than 2.7 million children are not attending school.
During a state visit from King Abdullah, Ottawa announced that it’s pouring cash into Jordan as the Arab state feels pressure from all sides.
'We’re Working, Waiting, Expecting the Worst': Syrians Are Escaping Jordan's Refugee Camps for Black Market Labor
VICE News traveled to Amman, Jordan, where migrants have fled miserable conditions in the country's refugee camps to fill a burgeoning illegal economy. It's also a politically sensitive subject among Jordanians.
The misery of millions of Syrian refugees who have fled their war-torn country to tent cities across the region just got a lot worse.
Refugees arrived in Zaatari hoping for a short stay. But as the war next door raged on, they realized they won't go back anytime soon.
The incident was said to be sparked by the detention of a driver allegedly trying to smuggle a Syrian refugee family out of the the camp.
Four photographers are attempting to recuperate the memories of refugees and give them permanence.