Threadbare disability support faces uncertain future in Bangladesh refugee camps
The limited support available to Rohingya refugees with disabilities in the country's sprawling camps is at risk as humanitarian budgets face cuts.
UN Refugee Agency warns of extreme hardship for forcibly displaced families this winter
Displaced people join efforts to adapt to climate change in Mozambique
With UNHCR's help, refugees and internally displaced people hit by cyclones are building new homes that can withstand the impacts of climate change.
To the refugee friend I shared so many adventures with
In this occasional series, we will feature letters from people to refugees who have shaped their lives.
UNHCR congratulates the Olympic Refuge Foundation and the Refugee Olympic Team on 2022 Princess of Asturias Award for Sports
Displaced women in South Sudan work to hold back floodwaters
Armed only with buckets and determination, hundreds of displaced women worked to clear the road which is a lifeline between their camp and the city of Bentiu.
Merkel says Nansen prize honours all those who welcome refugees
The former Federal Chancellor of Germany, who welcomed more than 1.2 million refugees in 2015 and 2016, accepted the prestigious award at a ceremony in Geneva on Monday.
In Poland, a Ukrainian psychologist helps her fellow refugees
The devastating effects of the international armed conflict in Ukraine are still being felt by those fleeing inside the country and across borders, but not all wounds are visible.
Iraqi doctor provides care and comfort to Yazidi survivors
Gynaecologist Nagham Hasan has spent years providing medical and emotional care to former ISIS captives, and pledges to continue "for the long haul" despite often harrowing work.