The Government has been heavily defeated in the Lords as peers backed a move to ensure the rights of unaccompanied child refugees to be reunited with their families in the UK post-Brexit.
An Iranian refugee who is rebuilding his life in the UK has described how he fled torture and risked his life in a refrigerated lorry to reach safety.
A charity boss has called on the Government to “right the wrongs” blighting the lives of refugees by overhauling the way decisions are made on asylum claims.
Campaigners have called on the Home Secretary to change “unfair rules” which separate refugee families, with a video animation highlighting the “horrors” faced by children fleeing wartorn countries.
Inside Ain Issa: The international team who battled to save lives in border camp sheltering the women and children of Islamic State
The young woman was struggling with a difficult labour and in need of urgent medical help.
Refugee children are to be informed of their educational rights through new packs issued by a teachers’ union.
An Edinburgh Festival play adapted and written by Syrian refugees living in Glasgow will go ahead despite funding fears.
Our refuge, our home: As Refugee Week Scotland begins, we speak to those who have fled from terror to find a safe haven
Rana Alzin isn’t much like the typical image of a refugee.
The cruellest blow: Torture victims’ charity warns Home Office policies are inflicting fresh agony on asylum seekers
A psychotherapist working with torture survivors seeking safe shelter in Britain fears the Home Office intention to create a “hostile environment” is stripping them of their rights.
The asylum process for migrants in Glasgow could be made much easier after a multi-agency taskforce recommended a number of proposed reforms.
WATCH: “No one can stop them singing:” How one small choir is helping to give Scotland’s asylum seekers a voice
"Oh we are women, and we are singing," they chant. But this small group of some of Glasgow's most vulnerable women are doing far more than just that.