A Japanese center for refugees and Japanese people living in America after the bombing of Pearl Harbor. Anyone can become a refugee, and in this case people were forced to become refugees because the government did not trust them.
A picture of the United Nations Delegation as they tour a refugee camp after an army operation to counter attack the suicide bombings there. This is another problem refugees face. They are not even safe in refugee camps.
As fighting rages in the west of Iraq's second largest city, the UN Refugee Agency helps those who have been displaced by the violent battles. They provide shelter and homes to those looking for shelter and reunite families. This is their website.
A short article written about families leaving their country to escape the pushing war. The face many difficulties and trials along the way, but they make it.
A small team of filmmakers set out for Greece, documenting human stories from the frontlines of the European Refugee Crisis, focused on humanity and hope. They sow the refugee crisis extremely well and highlight the problems someone leaving their war torn country would experience. (20 min)