Sewing to save lives in a battle that concerns us all
Refugee women in Poland are refusing to stand by helplessly in the face of COVID-19 but producing masks to protect the whole community.
Tatiana spent nearly 30 years without a passport. Now she has documents that give her rights and a voice
While her school in Karlovac is closed due to Covid-19, a determined teacher keeps the doors of learning open by going online.
Despite worries over Covid-19, refugees and staff at Romania’s Emergency Transit Centre are determined to keep calm and carry on .
UNHCR and its partners in Croatia are turning to online solutions to reach the public and support refugees through the current health crisis
Syrian refugee Yara has developed a real bond with Katarina, a Croatian visual therapist who is helping her to overcome low-vision challenges
A Tajik family in Warsaw says thanks for a flat they could not have afforded to rent on the open market
Fareshta has received a grant that will relieve financial pressure and boost her chances of success on an IT course at university in Timișoara
In six years, Zuhra has learnt to speak Polish so well that she could recite a classic poem in a city-wide contest.
Bashir Khan from Afghanistan is glad to see his children getting a better education than he did thanks to their enrollment in a school in Bucharest.
UNHCR supplies virtual reality goggles to give Croatian teenagers a 3D experience of life in a refugee camp.
Politician Marcin Święcicki matched words with deeds when he and his wife took a refugee family into their home.
Czech illustrator is delighted by the response of refugee children to her new picture book.
UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador Emi Mahmoud, who is a world champion slam poet, performed at the huge Sziget music festival held on an island in the Danube River.
“Local, low-key, grassroots” – these are the watchwords of a Hungarian community foundation that seeks to include all foreigners, including refugees, in its activities
A simulated drama helps school students to understand how bewildering the asylum process can be for refugees.
Ben Salam from Ivory Coast was stateless from birth but he only understood the full extent of his problem when he reached Europe. Slovakia finally helped him to solve it.
Hungary’s actions overnight to force two asylum-seeking Afghan families to leave the country under duress is deeply shocking and a flagrant violation of international and EU law, the UN Refugee Agency said today.
Refugees see themselves multiplied by four in an imaginative open-air photo exhibition in the heart of Zagreb
Anass is one of several refugees using his skills at Croatia’s oldest printing company.
All across Croatia, refugees from the wars of the 1990s are finally getting decent and affordable homes they can call their own