UNHCR calls for new vision in Europe's approach to refugees
UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi urges far-reaching reform of European asylum system.
Lebanese school empowers children with hearing impairment
Specialized academic institute gives local and Syrian refugee pupils with hearing impairment a chance to fulfil their promise.
Q&A: The 1951 Refugee Convention 'is as relevant today as it was at the time'
While the world has changed in the 65 years since the Convention was drawn up, UNHCR's protection chief, Volker Türk, explains why it remains relevant today.
Vienna fair rewards best ideas for integrating refugees
Five winners have each received EUR 10,000 to help them develop their businesses.
For many along Ukraine's division line, cold is also an enemy
With over two million Ukrainians still displaced from their homes, UNHCR and local partners are helping the most vulnerable survive freezing temperatures.
Burning trash to keep warm in Syria town cut off by war
UNHCR delivers winter clothing to residents of Qudsaya as part of a drive to provide life-saving aid to 4.6 million Syrians and Iraqis displaced across the region.
UNHCR opens new camps for Mosul displaced as winter bites
New camps open their doors as others fill up, with efforts ongoing to protect displaced families from freezing temperatures.
Displaced youth seek to heal divided Colombian town
As a peace deal to end Latin America's longest-running conflict advances, young people are setting an example with a push to end hostility among neighbours.
The agony of Aleppo follows Syrian refugees into exile
Despite having found safety in Lebanon, Alaa continues to be haunted by unspeakable loss and tragedy in her hometown of Aleppo.