Pandemic threatens progress on refugee admissions through family, work, study permits
News comment by UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi on US decision to increase refugee resettlement admissions
UNHCR applauds US decision to increase refugee resettlement
In Jordan and Lebanon, refugee volunteers boost vaccine uptake
As World Immunization Week aims to boost trust in vaccines, refugee volunteers work to combat misinformation and encourage older refugees to get vaccinated.
News comment: Statement on U.S. emergency presidential determination on refugee admissions
This news comment is attributable to Matthew Reynolds, UNHCR representative to the United States and the Caribbean
Ramadan donations bring hope of better times for Syrian refugees
As the Holy Month approaches, launch of UNHCR's Ramadan fundraising campaign promises desperately needed financial support to refugees struggling during COVID-19.
United Nations Chiefs urge donors to support record appeals for Syrians and the region
Joint OCHA/UNHCR/UNDP Press Release
Inside Syria, millions face destitution after a decade of pain
Compounding crises increase misery for Syrian families trying to pick up the pieces after ten years of conflict, including 6.7 million people still displaced inside the country.
A decade on, Syrian refugees mired in 'silent war' for survival
As the Syria crisis reaches the 10-year mark, millions of refugees face unprecedented hardship due to rising poverty, lack of opportunity and the impact of COVID-19.