In Tunisia, the country's black minority and sub-Saharan immigrants have constantly reported attacks and abuse. This has led to the Tunisian Parliament to pass an anti-racism law and make its first conviction.
International Medical Corps' mental health officer, Hadeel Naser, is working tirelessly with Syrian refugees at Jordan's Azraq Camp to help them heal from invisible scars. "Not everybody can do this job," she says.
Religious leaders and community representatives have met at a conference in Mosul to form a road map for the eventual attainment of inter-religious peace post-ISIS. Furthermore, it is hoped that by promoting religious coexistence more of Nineveh's displaced population will be able to return home.
As part of the 'Youth of Mercy' campaign, Algerian youth volunteer their time to make food for the needy in the country's capital this Ramadan. This is the fifth year that the group is carrying out this initiative.