The NGO supports Caritas Bangladesh's emergency plan with an injection that will help 70,000 displaced people.
Musicians, refugees and communities are coming together to recognise the things that unite them.
The journalist helps us to discover and understand Middle East, a region that is often talked about, but which is largely unknown to many.
The fifteenth annual report "Refugees in Spain and Europe" calls for a Government Pact for the right to asylum.
They also help unemployed teenagers get a job.
Many of us, volunteers, have travelled to refugee camps, some of us more than once, but yet they still need more hands. How is this possible?
Smartphones and technology have changed how people respond to large humanitarian crisis. The aim of the project is giving response to the needs of refugees.
The international organisation has blamed the government of the country for the looting perpetrated against the civilian population in the Upper Nile region in the first half of 2017.
The spokesperson of the Catalan Refugee Aid Commission, Pascale Coissard, tells us about the situation experienced by many refugees and the task carried out by her organisation to defend their rights.
The petition was launched in 2016 and for the World Refugee Day 2017 it has already reached more than 1.5 million pledges.
Commonly, misunderstandings start when it comes to defining what a refugee is. Taking into account the definitions made by the UN Refugee Agency, here we try to clarify the different concepts.
Sarah Glidden tells her experience from post-war Iraq until civil revolution in Syria through vignettes.
The purpose of the campaign is to make sure Spain welcomes at least the 17,337 refugees to which it committed itself.
Stop Mare Mortum, and Isabel Baixeras at the helm, demands that the Spanish Government adopts precautionary measures to guarantee the relocations imposed from Brussels before the month of September.
The Argentine government and the USA-based non-profit Blue Rose Compass are going to grant 1.000 asylum-seekers over the next five years.
The initiative was launched by the London based blogger Clerkenwell Boy and SUITCASE Magazine to raise money for UNICEF’s Syria Relief fund.