Finnish 'grandmother' helps troubled toddler find peace
Azaldeen and his young daughter are starting over on a small island in south-west Finland, after family tragedy forced them to flee Baghdad.
Cuban refugees work hard to start over in Montenegro
After fleeing political persecution in Cuba, Raul and his family are determined to build a new life and learn a new language in Montenegro.
'I have always felt I should be a humanitarian worker'
UNHCR has nearly 11,000 staff, of whom 87 per cent are based in the field. Meet Adem Shaqiri, a field officer who works in Yemen.
Khaled Hosseini marks one millionth South Sudanese refugee in Uganda
On a visit to Uganda, author and UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador pays tribute to the country's "compassionate" refugee policy, as one millionth South Sudanese refugee crosses the border.
Saving tiny lives in Lebanon, regardless of nationality
Nonprofit Birth and Beyond provides specialist paediatric treatment, giving hope to underprivileged Lebanese and refugee families alike.
South Sudanese refugees in Uganda now exceed 1 million
One million South Sudanese refugees have sought safety in Uganda since last July. Over 85 per cent are women and children.
Freed Yazidi boy joins his mother in Canada
After being held captive by armed groups in Iraq for three years, 13-year-old Emad reunites with his mother in Winnipeg with UNHCR help.
Divided by conflict line, Ukrainian families struggle
As the devastating conflict in Ukraine enters its fourth year, crossing points between areas in the east of the country are tearing families apart.
Refugees compete at World Athletics Championships
Five refugee athletes are racing in London, including two who made history at the Rio 2016 Games as part of the Refugee Olympic Team.