The Refugee Art Project asylum seekers in detention centres, and those recently settled in local communities, express themselves through creativity and art.
More to the Story expertly weaves together conversations with refugees with the historical and socio-political backdrops that have forced them to flee.
A new poem by Abe Nouk, a self-taught spoken-word poet.
The Olympic Refugee Team is a significant moment in sporting history, but will it make any difference for the world’s refugees?
Pictures in my Heart is a collection of memories and hopes representative of the initial shared refugee experience.
A growing group of individuals are speaking about risks to the safety, health and dignity of refugees in Australian detention centres.
Our PM says don’t get “misty-eyed” – when did kindness towards refugees become politicised?
A harrowing picture compelled Shaan Ali to help newly-arrived refugees in Europe.
Australia’s decision to stop accepting refugees who are waiting in Indonesia undermines the chances of finding a regional solution.
The New Roots project aims to help newly-arrived refugees achieve independence and reach their potential.
Roselina Press spoke to ‘Dreaming of Denmark’ director Michael Graversen at the 2016 Human Rights Arts Film Festival.