UNHCR deeply concerned about new U.S. asylum restrictions
UNHCR and IOM joint statement: International approach to refugees and migrants in Libya must change
On anniversary of South Sudanese independence, UNHCR urges leaders to deliver lasting peace
Latin American countries agree road map for integration of Venezuelans
Heavy monsoon rains drench Rohingya sites in Bangladesh
Kyrgyzstan ends statelessness in historic first
South Sudanese voice pleas for peace
Eight years after independence, conflict in South Sudan continues. With over 5 million people displaced, calls for peace to prevail have become increasingly urgent.
UN's core values guide Volker Türk's career at UNHCR
Volker Türk leaves UN Refugee Agency after a global career that spanned 30 years and saw him come to embody the organization's commitment to refugee protection.
Refugees in Egypt pitch in to fight plastic pollution in the Nile
Working alongside locals, refugees from five countries help remove tonnes of plastic waste from Cairo's shores while building links to the local community.
South Sudanese in exile speak up for peace
Exactly eight years ago today, South Sudan gained independence. Millions of displaced South Sudanese want a successful peace process so they can go home.
What is home? South Sudanese poet reflects on decades of flight and exile
South Sudanese writer uses experience of flight and exile to make poetry.
Costa Rican schools open their doors to displaced Nicaraguan children
Thanks to the generosity of border towns in Costa Rica, thousands of Nicaraguan children fleeing social and political crisis at home have been able to go back to class.
'I stopped by your house in Syria today, but no one was home'
After nearly eight years of war, I paid a visit to the house where my friend Hani Al Moulia grew up. Like vast parts of his hometown, it was in a state of ruin. That night, I wrote Hani a letter:
Venezuelans risk life and limb to seek help in Colombia
Refugees and migrants brave floods, bandits and treacherous footpaths in a desperate search for food, medicine and safety in Cúcuta.
UNHCR aid for Cyclone Idai survivors arrives in Mozambique
An aircraft carrying tents, tarpaulins, mosquito nets, solar lanterns and other vital relief lands in Mozambique to support 10,000 survivors.