The Syrian civil war stole everything from Yasser – his home, his friends and his physical health. We are working to ensure it does not deprive him of his future as well.
By the age of eight Tito had lost both his parents. He was determined not to be separated from his brother and sister as well.
Ayomide did her best to support her family after her husband’s death. With the help of SOS Children's Villages she now runs her own business.
This week has seen the despicable practice of detaining child migrants and refugees exposed. Is the UK's approach really any better?
Tim Farron, Liberal Democrat MP says we are falling behind on our responsibilities towards child refugees.
Around the world, children who have fled warfare and disaster are facing prejudice, suspicion and even imprisonment as they search for a safe place to call home.
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