UNHCR urges humane approach on Manus island
UNHCR is urging the authorities of Papua New Guinea to show calm and restraint in the context of the closure of the Manus Island 'Regional Processing Centre'.
Madagascar's Karana people still awaiting nationality
Ibrahim's new residency card describes his nationality as "undetermined".
Cash grants offer hope to displaced Yemenis facing eviction
With two million still displaced after years of conflict, UNHCR assistance helps the most vulnerable keep a roof over their heads and children out of work.
Rohingya return rests on safety and trust, says UNHCR's Volker Türk
UNHCR's Assistant High Commissioner for Protection assured Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh that any return must be voluntary, safe and dignified.
UNHCR chief hails Canada and asks for even greater efforts
On his second visit to the country as High Commissioner, Filippo Grandi urges Prime Minister Trudeau to consider doing more for refugee women and girls at risk.
'I feel like I am born again': citizenship brings hope to stateless minority in Kenya
Makonde people of Kenya receive citizenship ending stateless existence.
Tunisia provides haven for Yemeni students
Unable to return home and forced to become refugees, two Yemeni students find jobs and stability in their adopted home.
New Ethiopia policy helps refugees legally document life events
Refugees can now receive birth, death and marriage certificates, a historic first that will give them better access to services.
UNHCR chief urges international leaders to tackle conflicts at the root of today's global displacement crisis
"Have we become unable to broker peace?" Grandi asks Security Council during key address on record levels of displacement.