The Yellow Projects are a north London network of activists who are pushing for ‘positive change’ using films, festivals and fundraising events.
Forgotten in an isolated Greek camp, young refugees have produced the Ritsona Kingdom Journal to remind the world they exist.
After a celebrated run at London's Young Vic, theatre group Good Chance have landed in Paris with their most ambitious project yet: a pop-up theatre where refugees produce the show.
Human rights and activist filmmakers talk about how VR can be a powerful tool to force underreported or forgotten issues into the public consciousness.
Photographer Giles Duley has spent a lifetime searching for fulfilment with his camera: shooting rock legends, high fashion, and the biggest humanitarian crises of our time.
Skateboarding and circus take centre stage at Khora, a horizontally-organised refugee community centre in Athens, which is celebrating its first birthday.
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.
Last week another rescue boat set sail to the Mediterranean, its mission to rescue those desperately seeking refuge in Europe from the coast of Libya day and night.
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.
The curator of a showcase of British film talent shares three films you can watch online, showing both the challenges and beauty of diversity and change.
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.
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.