In secret hideaways and temporary homes, LGBT refugees are being forced – once again – to hide their true selves instead of walking out into the world with pride.
After being banned from entering the US, British-Iranian composer Soosan Lolavar is taking on immigration, borders and racism with her new show ID, Please.
Sisters Georgia and Sophia Scott discuss their documentary 'Lost in Lebanon', which follows four Syrian refugees living in the neighbouring country, giving a human face to a dehumanised conflict.
Gideon Mendel has documented scenes of struggle around the world since the 1980s. His latest project looks to Calais, where he collected possessions left behind.
Sixteen-year-old Rahel Gebretsadik had to flee Eritrea to find her feet. Now she's gunning for the finishing line in Israel, running stateless and free as a refugee.
A new exhibition with Amnesty celebrates how Magnum photographers have borne witness and tried to explain the driving forces behind migration crises since the agency’s founding in 1947.
Photographer Thomas Dworzak originated the ultimate survival guide to help newly arrived refugees makes sense of continent they now call home.
For refugees stuck in a state of flux in the Calais Jungle, stability and security were already hard to come by. Now impending eviction is only making life even harder.
French authorities to rule on demolishing the Jungle’s self-built restaurants that provide food, support and shelter to refugees.
A new report by the Home Affairs Select Committee concludes that David Cameron’s target of resettling 20,000 Syrian refugees by 2020 is unlikely to be met.
Photographer Georgios Makkas reveals how this image of two young boys challenges the portrayal of refugees as miserable victims.
Germany might have accepted large numbers of refugees into the country at points during the ongoing crisis, but when it comes to support and integration the state is failing. Instead, young people are filling in the gaps, using food as a tool to bring people together.