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.
The SNP has said UK humanitarian efforts must be stepped up, claiming the government is to fall “well short” of its commitment to resettle 3,000 vulnerable refugee children by 2020.
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.
Cash-strapped council bosses have warned there is not enough “capacity” to bring more refugee children to Aberdeen.
Discarded tents from one of the north’s most popular music festivals are to be sent to refugee camps across the world.
Two new families from war-torn Syria are expected to be resettled in the Outer Hebrides under a government scheme.
At the start of this year, Shirin was living in war-torn Syria, unable to sleep for fear of bombings, arrests, or danger to her children.
Rufus Jones has said he hopes his new show about a Syrian refugee who sneaks into the UK in a car boot reminds people “that we have international responsibilities”.
People from overseas living in the north-east will now be forced to make a 200-mile round trip to use biometric services to apply for immigration documents.
Aberdeen’s warm welcome to Syrian refugees could be formally recognised later this year.
The SNP’s Westminster leader, Ian Blackford, has said Donald Trump’s visit to the UK should be cancelled, following outrage over children being caged on the border between the USA and Mexico.
A Scottish council is recruiting its first ever Arabic language teacher after Syrian refugees settled on an island.
A new bill to reunite refugee children and their families has moved a step closer to fruition.
A young refugee has revealed touching details about his new life - and warm welcome - on a Hebridean island for the first time.
A group of Syrian refugees created a festive feast to thank a Deeside community which welcomed them after they fled their war-torn homes.
Western Isles MP Angus MacNeil urged people to “treat others as you would like to be treated”, as his bill to improve the rights of refugees was presented in the Commons yesterday.
Vandals have trashed a collection of donations of clothes, toys and other items destined to help refugees in an "utterly sickening" spree in Shetland.
Eighteen more refugees from war-torn Syria have arrived in the Outer Hebrides to start their new lives.
Theresa May has defended the decision to close a key route into the UK for unaccompanied child refugees.
A Highland dentist will be travelling to Greece next month to provide emergency dental care to those staying in the area's refugee camps.
Aberdeen City Council is developing a cheese making course to help the city's Syrian refugees further integrate into Scottish society.
Aberdeen City Council leader, Jenny Laing, expressed delight at the fashion in which Granite City people had made refugees feel welcome.
The second group of refugee families fleeing war-torn Syria will be resettled in a Lochaber village in the New Year.
A further 25 to 30 Syrian families are to be resettled in the Highlands as part of an international humanitarian effort.
A Moray minister will take a starring role in a Church of Scotland campaign this Christmas.
Refugees who fled war-torn Syria and are now living on the isle of Bute say they feel "safe and welcome".
Northern Isles MP Alistair Carmichael said last night there was a real danger the Syrian refugees in Greece would be forgotten now they are no longer on the news every day.
A Highland husband and wife who left their Black Isle home to help Syrian refugees have today spoken of the ongoing plight of those stuck in Greece.
Nearly 70 refugees from war-torn Syria are due to be settled in Aberdeen by the end of the year.
The UK Government was urged to do more to support refugees yesterday when Theresa May addressed the United Nations for the first time.
A Moray minister who is working to ease the suffering of refugees in Europe has described the "hellish" conditions of Mediterranean migrant camps.