Three refugees are participating under the World Taekwondo flag at the World Championships here.
Eight New Zealand Olympians are set to help young refugees at an Olympic Refugee Sports Day event this week.
Some of the athletes who went missing in Australia after last month's Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast could reportedly be able to remain in the country legally after receiving assistance from a refugees group.
Several children at the Azraq Refugee Camp in Jordan have become the latest to claim that their lives have been transformed by taekwondo thanks to the work of the Taekwondo Humanitarian Foundation's (THF) Academy.
Hundreds of refugee children are among the 35,000 to have visited the Olympic Experience Visitors Centre in Tel Aviv over the past year.
Nearly 1,100 people have now signed a petition set-up by the Taekwondo Humanitarian Foundation (THF).
Organisers of the 2017 Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games (AIMAG) in Ashgabat have revealed that a refugee team will be taking part.
Another 210 signatures have been put on the Taekwondo Humanitarian Foundation (THF) petition.
The Rwanda Taekwondo Federation (RTF) has launched an initiative to get refugees involved in the sport in the Kiziba Camp, located in the Karongi district of Western Province.
Refugees with impairments are set to be included in all Taekwondo Humanitarian Foundation (THF) pilot projects, while a study will be conducted into the issues they face in a bid to develop solutions.
The development branch of International Paralympic Committee (IPC), the Agitos Foundation, has announced it will support projects aimed at helping refugees and earthquake survivors as part of its 2016 grant support programme (GSP).
Five South Sudanese, two Syrians, two from Democratic Republic of Congo and one Ethiopian will compete in the Refugees Olympic Team at Rio 2016, it has been announced here today.
Five pilot projects have been launched by the Austrian Olympic Committee (ÖOC) in order to help encourage refugees in the country to take up sport.
Syrian swimmer Ibrahim Al Hussein carried the Olympic Flame on a glorious sunlit evening, providing a brief respite from the reality of a life far from their homelands for many of the refugees who now live here.
Syrian swimmer Ibrahim Al Hussein has been named as the Torchbearer who will carry the Olympic flame on behalf of refugee athletes in Athens next Tuesday (April 26).