Moldovan GBV shelter offers safety and a community for refugees from Ukraine
When war engulfed Ukraine, Casa Marioarei – a 20-year-old organization in neighbouring Moldova's capital – opened its doors to welcome vulnerable women and children forced to flee their homes.
Jordan's Za'atari refugee camp: 10 facts at 10 years
Opened on 28 July 2012 and still home to 80,000 people, Za'atari refugee camp has become a symbol of the long-running Syrian refugee crisis.
First UNITY Cup shows the power of football to connect refugees and hosts
Tournament featuring teams of female and male refugee and amateur national players highlights the role of sport in empowering displaced people and connecting them to their new communities.
Budding Ukrainian game designer draws inspiration in Romania
Isolated from her friends and hundreds of miles from home, Kate dreams of connection. But, with the uncertainties of the Ukraine war, her dreams have taken new form.
Rohingya and Bangladeshi teachers pair up to tackle education hurdles in camps
Teaching together creates understanding between Rohingya refugees and local Bangladeshis.
UNHCR's Grandi urges more support as Chad confronts multiple crises
With nearly 600,000 refugees and 400,000 internally displaced people, Chad remains a major host country despite facing its own socio-economic, political and security challenges.
War uproots Ukrainian widow from lifelong home in Mykolaiv
After the house she built with her late husband went from sanctuary to bomb shelter, 83-year-old Svetlana left her beloved garden behind to seek safety as a refugee.
For many displaced people in Latin America, new lives start in the kitchen
In a new cookbook, refugees and displaced people in the Americas and the Caribbean share their stories and the flavours of home – past and present.
UNHCR video game lets pupils experience a refugee's perilous journey
A Syrian refugee game developer, an award-winning Austrian company and UNHCR teamed up to create game that reveals the life-or-death decisions that refugees face.