UNHCR: alleviating suffering and overcrowding in Greek islands' reception centres must be part of the emergency response
UNHCR assisting displaced families affected by floods in the Sahel
Time for all nationality laws to uphold women and men's equality, says UN and civil society leaders.
UNHCR welcomes Dominican Republic move on citizenship
UNHCR and IOM call for a truly common and principled approach to European migration and asylum policies
Mohamed Salah to call for connected, quality education for refugee children, at UN General Assembly
UNHCR wins €1m prize for novel water tech in refugee camps
Affordable high-tech system allowing real-time monitoring of water provision and use in refugee settlements claims prestigious European Commission innovation prize.
Massive floods in Sudan impact thousands of refugees
South Sudanese refugees remain in urgent need of support after heavy rains and floods damage their shelters.
Don't let COVID-19 pandemic derail refugee education
As UN General Assembly meets virtually, footballer Mohamed Salah, educator Mary Maker and UNHCR chief Filippo Grandi urge world to safeguard refugee education.
UNHCR names Nansen Refugee Award regional winners
The everyday heroes from Africa, Asia, Europe and the Middle East are being honoured for their outstanding humanitarian work.
Activist turns adversity into a fresh start for refugee women
Congolese rights activist Sabuni Francoise Chikunda is the regional winner for Africa for the UNHCR Nansen Refugee Award for her work with fellow refugees in Uganda.
Activist champions rights of people with disabilities in Ukraine
Tetiana Barantsova named regional winner for Europe for the UNHCR Nansen Refugee Award.
Young artists drew a world where kindness defeats COVID-19 – We animated it
UNHCR asked youth to draw in solidarity with refugees amid the pandemic. We received 2,000 drawings from 100 countries, chose seven and brought them to life.
As coronavirus spreads, refugee doctors want to join the fight
Trained medics working as cashiers and wait staff want their qualifications recognized so they can save lives in the pandemic.
Venezuelan counsellors offer fellow refugees 'psychological first aid'
In Peru, Venezuelan mental health professionals are reaching out to the diaspora with remote sessions to help them cope in the coronavirus pandemic.