Q&A: Far from being traumatized, most refugees are 'surprisingly resilient'
The words 'trauma' or 'traumatized' are often used to describe refugees, but UNHCR's Senior Mental Health Officer Pieter Ventevogel says most in fact cope with adversity.
Team Refugees: Looking to the future
It is now four months since 10 refugees made history at the Olympic Games -- a life-changing experience for all involved.
Austrian bishop breaks down barriers and builds understanding
A bishop who refused to allow a border fence to be built on church land has helped to change hearts and minds in Austria.
Mosul residents face battle for survival
While many residents have fled an ongoing battle to retake Iraq's second city, thousands of families in Mosul struggle to find food, water and protection.
Refugees serve up a taste of home at food festival in France
Strasbourg restaurants open their kitchens to refugee chefs, changing perceptions one palate at a time.
As winter blows in across Lebanon, refugees struggle
As rains soak the Bekaa Valley and temperatures fall, vulnerable families battle to keep warm and dry.
Refugee Olympians wrap gifts, swap stories with children
In Paris, runner Yiech Pur Biel and swimmer Rami Anis receive Christmas presents for refugees and share tales of struggle and triumph.
Solidarity and friendship on display in Vienna at 'No Stranger Place' exhibition
UNHCR photo series that profiled refugees and their hosts across Europe goes on display at central Vienna train station.
UNHCR pledges aid to thousands displaced in Lake Chad Basin
Wrapping up a 10-day visit to Niger, Chad, Cameroon and Nigeria, Filippo Grandi vows to assist 460,000 people displaced by insurgency.