A bright orange peace sign appeared on a hillside on the Greek island of Lesbos on New Year's Day, transforming a growing pile of life jackets discarded by refugees arriving on the island into a message to the world.
This new video from Deutsche Welle News (DW) demonstrates how cultural exchanges and youth programs can help ease the cultural transition for refugee children arriving in Germany.
To celebrate the power of the volunteerism, United Nations Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon is marking the International Volunteer Day by emphasizing that volunteering fosters creativity, “draws strength from our passions and connects us to those who need us most.”
This new article from the Center for Strategic and International Studies assess the U.S.-led campaign against ISIS and suggests a three-part framework to defeat the terrorist organization.
Making sure a refugee child has access to a full meal is now as easy as tapping your smartphone. ShareTheMeal, a new, free app launched by the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) on Thursday, allows users to help feed one child for a day for only 50 cents. And so far, it's proving that small actions can make a big difference.
Overwhelmed by a massive influx of migrants, Sweden is approaching its fiscal and emotional limit and this "humanitarian superpower" is now being forced to hit the brakes.
Jean-Claude Bader brings showbiz sparkle to regional elections in December, when the Front National hopes to capitalise on refugee crisis. He is the Gallic equivalent of an Elvis impersonator, a dead ringer for the ageing French rocker, Johnny Hallyday.