As with any experiences that go beyond your own, the only way to learn more is to educate yourself. Seek out other voices; listen to their stories. This is not an exhaustive list, but a starting point, drawing out podcasts, articles and books to pick up first.
Syrian asylum seeker Abdulwahab Tahhan looks at the unique issues facing those starting a new life. The FT calls it "illuminating and darkly funny".
Refugees’ Stories brings the war in Syria home, inviting you to sit in a refugee’s tent and listen to their story.
Speaking with different people working across the refugee sector in each episode, Migrant Ground highlights the challenges, contribution, and impact of migration and refugees in the UK.
We Are All Refugees
Created by Somaye Zadeh, this 'Home Cooking' Podcast uses poetry and sound artistry to examine the current refugee crisis.
Oxfam Power In The Pandemic
Looking into "the world that's being created in the cracks of the crisis", this podcast analyses how coronavirus is affecting the people we don’t usually hear from.
Worldwide Tribe Podcast
Created by human rights activist and podcaster Jaz O’Hara, Worldwide Tribe tells the stories of the people behind the statistics and the headlines.
Freedom from torture. Testimonies of real-life accounts of people who have fled torture to find safety in the UK
10 Common Refugee Misconceptions via NaTakallam
Five Myths About The Refugee Crisis by Daniel Trilling for The Guardian
After The Pandemic, A Global Hunger Crisis by Arif Husain for The New York Times
Global Storytelling Night via Refugee Council and Counter Arts
The Displaced by Viet Thanh Nguyen
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Viet Thanh Nguyen invited 17 fellow refugee writers to share their experience in what is a powerful dispatch from across the globe. Proceeds go towards the International Rescue Committee.
Violent Borders by Reece Jones
Geographer Reece Jones's book explores the ways that borders have evolved overtime and the profound implications these "lines on a map" have on human rights and international relations.
The Girl From Aleppo by Nujeen Mustafa
Nujeen Mustafa's story is breathtaking, and co-written by Christina Lamb, the Prize-winning journalist and co-author of I Am Malala. Born with cerebral palsy, she makes a harrowing journey from Syria to Germany in a wheelchair.
How To Pronounce Knife by Souvankham Thammavongsa
"Thammavongsa’s gift for the gently absurd means the stories never feel dour or predictable, even when their outcomes are by some measure bleak," wrote The New York Times, which beautifully encapsulates this tome.