Syrian children fleeing war alone find a welcome in Spain
Andalusia's regional government welcomed eight unaccompanied Syrian children relocated from Greece last year, a first in Spain.
Iftar meals bring spirit of Ramadan to struggling refugees
In Lebanon and Jordan, providing daily meals gives a sense of community back to refugees fasting in the holy month of Ramadan.
Award puts Malian refugee on road to university in Mauritania
Fatimetou is the only woman among this year's 18 recipients of DAFI scholarships at Nouakchott University, which enable young refugees to enrol in higher education.
Artist's words and colour transform Syrian refugee tent
UNHCR presents new work by British artist Kate Daudy at London's Migration Museum
Syrian student's library helps Arabic culture blossom in Berlin
Syrian refugee Muhannad has created a library devoted to Arabic literature and a venue for readings by authors from Berlin's literary scene.
A day isn't enough; UK marks Refugee Week with events and activism
UNHCR combines with Migration Museum in London and Hull Festival to showcase artist Kate Daudy's refugee tent from Jordan
Live Blog: World Refugee Day gets under way amid record displacement
From Australasia to the Americas, UNHCR is leading celebrations of the lives of men, women and children finding new hope after escaping danger.
Pastor and parishioners make refugees feel at home in U.S.
Reverend Bill Bigger and the local community are coming together to help shelter refugees resettled to North Carolina.
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.