Forced displacement worldwide at its highest in decades
UNHCR's annual Global Trends report says an unprecedented 65.6 million people were uprooted from their homes by conflict and persecution at the end of 2016.
Thousands in eastern Ukraine lose access to pensions
Retired and elderly people in the non-government-controlled Donbas region have lost their pensions as a result of registration requirements.
Nigerian footballer scores success as a coach in Croatia
Celestine once played in the Nigerian Premier League. Now he is coaching the next generation, in his adopted homeland of Croatia.
Asylum-seekers and hosts bond in Madrid befriending project
A programme launched two years ago linking Madrid residents with refugees and asylum-seekers is now overwhelmed by volunteers.
With help, Syrian family rebuilds home amid the ruins of Homs
After five long years of displacement, UNHCR is helping Abdul Kader and his family to rebuild their lives in the war-scarred neighbourhood of Khalidiya.
Rohingya refugee beats the odds to get schooling in Malaysia
Denied access to the national education system, Shamshidah is among refugee children attending informal schools in Malaysia where refugees have no legal status.
Fish farm nets benefits for Congolese refugees and Ugandan hosts
Lake Rwamunga fish farming association allows its 25 members to earn a living, save regularly and then borrow funds to finance their own livelihoods projects.
The project getting refugees on their bikes in London
The Bike Project helps refugees embark on new lives in the UK capital, giving them a way to travel around the city and a vital support network.
UNHCR chief calls for compassion and solidarity this Ramadan
As the holy month begins, Filippo Grandi asks us not to forget the plight of millions displaced by violence and conflict.