Scholarships in Italy allow refugees to dream again
Refugees able to pursue their dreams of higher education through the University Corridors programme return to their communities equipped with skills and knowledge.
Schoolteachers in Honduras face threats inside the classroom and out
Honduran teachers are being disproportionately affected by the country's gang violence.
UN and partners launch plans to help 28 million people in acute need in Afghanistan and the region
Displaced Afghan families return to destruction and hunger in Helmand
Economic collapse and drought mean that tens of thousands of displaced Afghans who have returned home are facing severe hunger this winter.
Pakistan concludes 'drive' to issue smartcards to registered Afghan refugees
Scale up support to Iran to safeguard fleeing Afghans, says UNHCR's Grandi
Displaced families in Kabul caught in downward spiral
Months after fleeing to Afghanistan's capital, aid is the only lifeline for many displaced families trying to survive a winter of soaring unemployment and food costs.
Lone refugee children go from homelessness in Greece to new lives across Europe
Legislative changes in Greece and a relocation programme have helped hundreds of unaccompanied refugee children get off the streets.
For refugee with visual impairment, inclusion brings goals into focus
Magartu studies alongside students without disabilities for the first time since she fled from Ethiopia – and she is now among the top in her class.