The Nobel laureate who tackles themes of displacement, history and home
Abdulrazak Gurnah reflects on the isolation and hostility he had to face as a young man – and argues in favour of more humane attitudes towards refugees and asylum seekers.
A refugee and advocate reflects on being a Black woman in the US
After fleeing conflict in Liberia as a child, Lourena Gboeah describes during Black History Month how she now draws on her own experiences in her career as a leading refugee advocate.
Thousands of Eritrean refugees displaced in clashes in Ethiopia's Afar region
Children, long-term refugees among population at risk of statelessness in Horn of Africa
News Comment by UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi on attack that hit Mai Aini refugee camp in Tigray
Relief for asylum seekers offered a new life outside Libya
Survivors of violence among 93 vulnerable individuals on board first evacuation flight to Italy for two years as part of new emergency mechanism.
No safe place to go for asylum-seekers snared in Libya dragnet
Desperate refugees and asylum-seekers in Tripoli in urgent need of assistance and protection amid security sweeps.