Learning language key to integration, say young refugees
Language tuition is a cornerstone of the Czech government's policy to integrate refugees.
Registration drive brings indigenous families out of the shadows
A joint registration campaign by Costa Rica and Panama is helping thousands of Ngäbe-Buglé at risk of statelessness to gain access to health care and education.
Cash-strapped camp hospitals struggle to save lives in Tanzania
Hospital in Nyarugusu refugee camp provides a lifeline not only for thousands of refugees, but also for Tanzanians who live nearby.
Refugees and asylum-seekers in Austria help to feed the poor
Meet the volunteers at a food bank that fights waste and distributes leftover food to the poor.
'For as long as I can, I want to be with UNHCR'
UNHCR has nearly 11,000 staff, most of whom are based in the field. Meet Shirin Aktar, a protection officer who works in Bangladesh.
At Davos, Cate Blanchett urges leaders to see refugees afresh
Accepting an award at the World Economic Forum, UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador calls on leaders to engage "face to face" with refugees.
Land title gives new hope to displaced Colombians
Five decades of war drove millions of Colombians to seek a precarious safety in informal settlements, but now some are getting title to their homes.
Couple spend time making sculpture and reading with Eritrean guest
The Parles host 72-year-old Yonasskindis, who was on the verge of homelessness after his original asylum request was rejected.
Jewish family finds Syrian Muslim is the perfect guest
The Goldhills are hosting 21-year-old Faraj, a devout Muslim who accompanies them to the synagogue on Saturdays.