What do you say when you see your mother and father so many years after being separated from them during the massacre in Rwanda? Clemantine Wamariya, now a human rights advocate, has lived through this surreal experience.<

The security of Western democracies depends on our welcoming displaced people, not deporting or demonizing them, says refugee advocate David Miliband.

Uganda is an eye-opening example of how displaced people can lift up a nation, say economics professor Paul Collier and refugee researcher Alexander Betts.

Life — and love — in limbo, as captured in these poignant images from photographer Giles Duley.

Melissa Fleming of the UN’s Refugee Agency shares some ways to help refugees right now.

When artist JR started a project about the 1.2 million people held in limbo at the Ellis Island Immigrant Hospital in the early 20th century, he couldn’t help but notice ghosts of the present.

Syrian national Mahmoud Al Moufti describes the hopelessness of living in a country at war.