Half of Venezuelans on the move face high risks in their journey to safety
A UNHCR survey finds that half of Venezuelans who have fled are particularly vulnerable due to their age, health issues, or the choices they had to make to survive.
Saving lives at the world's largest refugee camp
UNHCR and its partners provide round-the-clock emergency health care for Rohingya refugees in south-eastern Bangladesh.
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.
"I had one hour to leave"
Young Honduran family charts new beginning in Belize.
"Violence must not dictate our future"
Young Salvadoran works to protect his community from gang violence.
"Another teacher has left"
Schools, often safe havens for teenagers and teachers from criminal gangs, are under threat in Honduras.
"I walked and walked, day and night"
Transgender woman finds a new beginning in Mexico, away from violence.
"I am ready for my life to start again"
After fleeing gang violence, a Salvadoran teen rebuilds her life in Panama.