It has been a long fight already, but we're not backing down.
The number of refugees around the world is at its highest since World War II—but the US admits less than one percent.
Everything you need to know about the global refugee crisis.
Violence, persecution, and war have forced more than 65 million people to flee their homes. As Uyen Nguyen shares here, their search for safety and a new home can take decades. Her story underscores the precarious position many refugees face, especially given the Trump administration’s decision to reduce the number of refugees entering the US.
Violence, persecution, and war have forced more than 65 million people to flee their homes. For Ghassan Shehadeh, leaving his country and everything he knew behind, was a difficult decision, but one that was necessary for his family's safety.
The new US approach to South Sudan should invest in the country’s citizens to support an inclusive peace