Around 50 Holocaust survivors have been evacuated from Ukraine. Many are now in Germany, part of an official policy by the country to atone for its past.
Celebrity chefs cooking for Ukraine are not just feeding refugees. They are also raising money to help those displaced internally by the war.
Poland, Romania, Moldova, Hungary, Slovakia and the Czech Republic have rolled out different initiatives to help the millions of people fleeing Ukraine.
Russia's war on Ukraine is disrupting the world's supplies of grain and other foodstuffs. These three approaches could help the most vulnerable regions.
With rising food prices and the ongoing conflict in Ukraine, a researcher investigates which countries are most reliant on the country for food supplies.
Sanctions isolate Russians from the international community, which history suggests may not help end Russia's invasion of Ukraine, say two academics.
Russia's invasion of Ukraine could have a significant economic impact on the LAC region, particularly due to the rising prices of commodities like oil.
The IEA has revealed a 10-point plan to cut oil use as Russia's war on Ukraine deepens concerns about supply. This includes having car-free days in cities.
Two experts on global energy and food commodity markets join Radio Davos to explain the impact of the war in Ukraine that is being felt around the world.
Young people of the Global Shapers Community have chosen 11 books exploring Ukraine’s complex history.
Humanitarian agencies spoke live Monday on the Ukraine crisis, explaining what they need from governments and business and the global implications for aid and food.
Aid agencies want additional help for civilians affected by the Ukraine war, with support centres being set up to protect refugees from trafficking gangs.
The aid worker tells of shellshock and devastation among civilians fleeing Ukraine, and warns of escalating humanitarian needs on the borders.
Soaring prices for oil, gas and wheat because of Russia's war on Ukraine could lead to unrest in some regions, from Sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America.
Over 6,000 scientists have fled Ukraine since the war began and many are risking their lives by remaining. These scholars at risk need immediate help.