A former member of Al Qaeda, Hanif Qadir is now on the de-radicalisation frontline in East London. But politicians are making his work much harder.
Shutting our doors to refugees and bombing Syria is exactly the response ISIS want. Alex King looks at why we can’t let them dictate our response to the Paris attacks.
As France launches airstrikes on ISIS and declares it is at war, Alex King asks is there a way to stop the escalating violence?
Unicef’s powerful film is a reminder how easily lives can be turned upside down by war and how we all have a responsibility to help those affected - especially children.
With ISIS on one side, the Assad dictatorship on the other, and the proxies of Western and Middle Eastern countries filling in the gaps, what hope is there for ordinary Syrians to live in peace?
Over two weeks, Adam Patterson travelled with refugees making the harrowing journey across Europe to shoot a powerful new documentary.
This handy video breaks down the Syrian conflict and shows why it has created a refugee crisis across the Middle East and Europe.
Artists are listing their work for sale at the Creative Collective for Refugee Relief, with all proceeds going to aid groups. And you can submit your artwork too.
When David Cameron announced yesterday a successful drone strike on a British-born target in Syria, was he cynically playing to both the hawks and the doves while conceding little in the way of true humanitarian responsibility?
Carlos Spottorno goes beyond the border to capture a picture of immigration few people choose to see.
On the fourth anniversary of the Syrian conflict, a major new campaign has been launched to find peace and halt civilian suffering.
Syria is fast becoming a cinematic slideshow of guerrillas, grenades and guns. But conscientious photojournalist JM Lopez is working tirelessly to capture the human face of war.