Negative views about refugees and migrants show disregard for the contributions these people have made to society, celebrated Nigerian author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie said on Friday.
A Syrian mother uprooted by war has a simple request for world leaders: Put yourselves in my place.
Hala Kamil and her four children are at the United Nations this Friday, World Humanitarian Day.
The UN and its partners are ready to relieve the emergency needs of the most vulnerable people in the world, but safe and unimpeded access is needed.
Children have suffered “unspeakable violence” during war but most of them remain positive, a senior UN envoy said ahead of World Humanitarian Day (WHD) on 19 August.