To my refugee Grandma, who feeds me love and wisdom: a letter from a grateful grandson
In this occasional series, we will feature letters from people to refugees who have shaped their lives.
Congolese refugee reunites with parents she thought she had lost
Françoise Chikunda Sabuni was living as a refugee in Uganda when she learned her parents, who she assumed had been killed years before, were alive and well in the Netherlands.
Nearly 100,000 refugee arrivals in Uganda face a silent emergency, enormous needs
UNHCR: Global refugee resettlement needs will rise steeply next year
Forced displacement hit record high in 2021 with too few able to go home
The number of people forced to flee violence, war and persecution, is outpacing the available solutions.
UNHCR: Global displacement hits another record, capping decade-long rising trend
Despite some signs of progress, the speed and scale of forced displacement is outpacing solutions for refugees
Rwandan refugee begins new life caring for elderly Canadians
A pioneering programme is recruiting skilled refugees to fill labour gaps in Canada.
A refugee and advocate reflects on being a Black woman in the US
After fleeing conflict in Liberia as a child, Lourena Gboeah describes during Black History Month how she now draws on her own experiences in her career as a leading refugee advocate.
States urged to build on progress made since Global Refugee Forum
Increased responsibility sharing by governments is key to maintaining momentum in finding new approaches to global displacement, UNHCR's Grandi tells officials.