“They’ve Really Lost Everything,” Burundian Refugees in Tanzania

A Doctors Without Borders psychologist describes what more than 100,000 Burundians in Tanzania’s Nduta and Nyarugusu camps have been going through since political violence began forcing them from their homes in April 2015. [2:10]

Syrians "have to survive having no rights" in Lebanon

In Lebanon's Bekaa Valley, Syrian refugees are living in makeshift tent settlements under harsh conditions. Here, refugees have no legal rights and no right to work–leaving them largely dependent on humanitarian aid organizations. [2:18]

“I Want to Live Freely. I Want to Be Myself,” A Honduran Asylum-Seeker

After years of oppression due to his race and sexual orientation, a young Honduran man finally fled his country after being warned his life was in danger. [2:45]

"We Had to Leave," A Refugee Story from Greece

One refugee at Moira refugee camp explains why he and his family left war-torn Afghanistan, boarded a dangerously overcrowded boat, and set off into rough winter waters. [1:40]

Documentary: "It Was Hard to Leave Everything We'd Worked For" Honduran Asylum-Seekers

Pedro and Diana and their young children fled Honduras with nothing, running for their lives from organized crime. Hoping for a new life, but still dealing with the trauma of their experience, they are one family among hundreds of thousands of people from Central America who flee their homes and cross the border into Mexico every year. [7:49]

Documentary: "We Never Thought We'd Be Trapped in a War" Syrian Refugees in Iraq

As the bombing and shelling crept closer to their home in Damascus, Syria, Mashallah decided to flee her country along with her husband and four young children. They fled to Domiz camp in neighboring Iraq, expecting to return home within a couple of months. [9:58]

Documentary: "You Have Done Something Very Precious For Us" Burundi Refugees in Tanzania

This documentary shares the story of Aline, a young Burundian woman who had to flee her country due to the severe political violence that erupted around the presidential election in 2015. As Aline says, "you have to make a decision either to die or to live." [7:55]