Expelled asylum seekers 'crying out for help' in northern Mexico
Removed from the United States, asylum-seekers fear for their safety in northern Mexico and deadly violence if they return to their Central American homelands.
Severe storms damage shelters of 16,000 Ethiopian refugees in Sudan
Global legal community steps up for refugees amid pandemic, providing 165,000 hours of free legal aid
Refugees find safety and a new life in Mexico
Since 2016, more than 10,000 refugees have started over in Mexico as entrepreneurs, managers and factory workers through a UNHCR programme.
Apprentices become partners as Afghan refugee and Iranian team up
After vocational training with UNHCR, auto apprentice Abbas met intern Danial and the two launched their own repair shop employing refugees and locals in Iran's Shiraz.
Renewed commitment needed to support displaced Afghans and their hosts
Opening Remarks by United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi at joint press point with European Commissioner for Home Affairs Ylva Johansson
'It's a wonderful job, but I'd love not to do it'
UNHCR has more than 17,300 staff, most of whom are based in the field. Meet Kristin Riis Halvorsen, who runs operations in southern Mexico.