‘Listen to the Women’, Charities Urge, Ahead Of UN Refugee Summit (Huffington Post)

A Perilous Journey to Europe from Syria- an illustrated account (The Guardian)

Addressing Mental Health Needs in Survivors of Modern Slavery. (The Helen Bamber Foundation.)

Art reviews: Syria in Painting, Photography, Film & Word (The Scotsman)

Article in Spanish: ¿Ha visto a este joven? (EL PAÍS)

Article in Spanish: La sombra de Enrique (Cartel Urbano)

Baroness Miller, Conflict in Fragile States - September 15,2016 (House of Lords)

Benjamin Dix: ‘I’m the custodian of some of the darkest stories in the world’ (The Guardian)

Cartoons convey stories more effectively than words, photos (The Hindu)

Comics as Art, Education and Advocacy (Refugees Deeply)

Comics from the edge: strips tell stories of Syrians' escape to Europe (The Guardian)

Comics Pack An Emotional Punch (Bright)

Comics to connect with the human stories behind the headlines (Europe and Me Magazine)

Drawn together: The plight of the missing (ICRC)

Emma Saville: "When Human Trafficking Becomes a Weapon of War" (SOAS Development Studies)

Emma Saville: Human Trafficking as a Weapon of War Sudan, a Case Study (LAP Publishing)

Ethiopian Maid's Tragic Story Depicted (Diretube)

Graphic Violence and Trauma in Sri Lanka (Harvard South Asia Institute)

How comics journalism is helping to humanise migration (WAN-IFRA)

How to tell the refugee story? (The Right Human Blogspot)

Internet Resources: August Edition (Choice Reviews)

Journeys to Europe The role of policy in migrant decision-making (ODI Insights)

Making “Meet the Somalis” (Open Society Foundations)

Redrawing the line: Comics new superheroes (Positive News)

The Man Fighting Europe’s Anti-Syrian Refugee Sentiments Through Comics (The Daily Beast)

The storytellers revealing Eritrea’s dark secrets Telling Eritrea's untold stories (Huck Magazine)

These women's stories will remind you why you need to keep caring about the refugee crisis (Marie Claire)

This Moving Comic Takes You Inside An Unseen Humanitarian Catastrophe (Huffington Post)

Top Picks: al-Shabab amnesty, Colombia’s missing, and Chechnya revisited (IRIN)

UNDP graphic novel sheds light on issues affecting Roma women (UN)

Visualising Human Rights With Benjamin Dix's Positive Negatives (Design Indaba)

When do cartoons score over photos and words? (The Times of India)

Why Comic Books are Helping Us Process Human Rights Issues (GQ Magazine)

Writer Nadine Kaadan helps Syrian children understand war (BBC)