In Tanzania, UNHCR's Grandi urges more backing for solutions as the country continues to host refugees
High Commissioner urges more donor support for solutions and praises progress in refugee protection in Tanzania.
Jordan's Za'atari refugee camp: 10 facts at 10 years
Opened on 28 July 2012 and still home to 80,000 people, Za'atari refugee camp has become a symbol of the long-running Syrian refugee crisis.
The Nobel laureate who tackles themes of displacement, history and home
Abdulrazak Gurnah reflects on the isolation and hostility he had to face as a young man – and argues in favour of more humane attitudes towards refugees and asylum seekers.
Spiraling costs, surging conflict, and soaring climate disasters create a desperate future for millions of refugees across Eastern Africa
WFP and UNHCR Joint News Release
A new approach to refugee integration bears fruit in Rwanda
Two years after the Global Refugee Forum, Rwanda shows how inclusive policies in education and livelihoods are unlocking the potential of refugees and their hosts.
Burundian refugees head home but face reintegration challenges
Over 60,000 refugees have returned this year from across the region as tensions ease in Burundi, although more aid is urgently needed to help them pick up their lives and start over.
More than 60,000 Burundian refugees voluntarily return home this year
Refugee Para athletes relish chance to compete at global level
Six refugee athletes lead the parade at the Tokyo Paralympics Opening Ceremony, sending a powerful message to the 12 million forcibly displaced people living with disabilities.
Burundian taekwondo athlete set to make his mark at Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games
Parfait Hakizimana has overcome numerous challenges to take the stage in Tokyo as part of the Refugee Paralympic Team.