From refugee to royalty: Sierra Leone designer champions ethical fashion
Two decades after fleeing Sierra Leone to escape a brutal civil war, former child refugee Euphemia-Ann Sydney-Davies is preparing to meet British royalty at London Fashion Week.
Gay and intersex asylum seekers find place to call home in Britain
Britain's first safe house for LGBTI asylum seekers provides a place to call home and protects gay and intersex people from persecution and abuse.
Britain's first LGBT safe house for asylum seekers
Britain's first safe house for LGBTI asylum seekers protects them from violence and persecution within the system.
Stopping the rot in Kenya’s mango chain
Mango farmers in Kenya are experiencing a bumper harvest but with the gains have come a new challenge – ensuring the fruit is not wasted
The supper club serving up a solution for London's homeless
Fat Macy's is a social enterprise using London's love of dining out to help the city's homeless.
Chandelier of recycled refugee clothing illuminates London church for Christmas
London, St James's church, where British artist Arabella Dorman has collected and sculpted more than 700 items of clothing discarded on the beaches and olive groves of Lesbos island in Greece, to highlight the plight of the refugees.
Six months after Grenfell, is there a change in UK housing regeneration?
Six months after the Grenfell fire, is there a change of policy for neighbouring housing estates?
Out of The Shadows | New York City ID
Under Obama, New York’s undocumented immigrants gave away personal documents for a city ID card. Now, with Trump, they fear that data will be used to find them.