Afghan girl who waited years for school refuses to let her enthusiasm wane
She was 11 before she saw the inside of a classroom, so Parisa was not about to stop learning even under lockdown.
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.
Refugee children hard hit by coronavirus school closures
Going to school was already a daily challenge for many displaced children around the world. Now there are fears some may not return after COVID-19 lockdowns lift.
Storytellers brighten lives of refugee children on coronavirus lockdown
Volunteers in Spain are recording bedtime stories to share with children in reception centres via WhatsApp in a UNHCR-backed project.
As COVID-19 pandemic continues, forcibly displaced children need more support than ever
Joint statement by Henrietta Fore, UNICEF Executive Director, and Filippo Grandi, UN High Commissioner for Refugees
Nine years of conflict weigh heavily on Syrian refugee girl
Her family's dire financial straits have led to 11-year-old Naamat taking on many of the household duties, but her resilient spirit has enabled her to excel at school.
Four decades and counting: An urgent need to rekindle hope for millions of Afghan refugees
Newly displaced in Syria in urgent need of protection, shelter
Afghan children learn side by side with Iranian peers
An exemplary policy in Iran lets Afghan children attend public school, whether they are registered refugees, passport holders or even undocumented.