Refugee twins among the first to receive birth certificates in Tanzania
A step in the right direction as Tanzania issues birth certificates to refugee children under the age of five.
As refugee numbers surge, Ethiopians seek word of loved ones
Over 40,000 Ethiopians have fled the Tigray crisis into eastern Sudan, with no sign of a let-up in new arrivals. Many anxiously hope to be reunited with their families.
Survivors of sexual violence rebuild their lives in the DRC
Over 300 women survivors of sexual and gender-based violence are receiving training and psychosocial support to help them reintegrate into society.
Gender-based violence on the rise during lockdowns
Data shows that displaced women and girls worldwide are experiencing increased gender-based violence during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Six 'Films of Hope' for uncertain times
Sex and the City co-stars Kristin Davis and Cynthia Nixon chat about their go-to films for inspiration and what the world needs to fight the coronavirus.
Asylum-seekers tell of relief as they leave Libya for Rwanda
As life-saving evacuation flights to Rwanda resume after nearly a year-long hiatus due to COVID-19, vulnerable asylum seekers put their ordeals in Libya behind them.
'Leave no one behind' in national health plans - UNHCR Assistant High Commissioner for Operations
Addressing this year's High Commissioner's Dialogue on Protection, Raouf Mazou shines a spotlight on the need for inclusion when it comes to health policies.
'It was a very emotional moment … I felt that now I definitely exist'
After a lifetime of statelessness, Linda finally gained Russian citizenship in 2018. But hundreds of thousands of others across Europe still struggle to attain that basic right.