Many stateless in UK face a tortuous road to recognition
UNHCR study shines light on a hidden national issue that, despite recent progress, still affects millions of people around the world.
First solo flight shows sky's the limit for refugees
Four years ago Maya Ghazal fled the fighting in Syria. Now a trainee pilot, she's advocating for opportunities for refugees at the Global Refugee Forum.
Afghan boy endures hardship en route to a better future
Farouk, 15, fled Afghanistan and endured a difficult journey overland across 10 countries. Now he is reunited with his siblings in London thanks in part to help from UNHCR.
UNHCR, UNICEF and IOM urge European states to boost education for refugee and migrant children
Key challenges include lack of school spaces, teachers not adequately trained, language barriers and limited access to psychosocial support
Social media helps former refugee thank man who gave her a childhood bicycle
When Mevan Babakar was a five-year-old refugee in the Netherlands, an aid worker gave her a bicycle. Twenty-four years later, she was finally able to thank him.
UNHCR welcomes meaningful new UK commitment to refugee resettlement
New exhibition in Venice explores the experience of refugees
Rothko in Lampedusa showcases work by artists such as Ai Weiwei and those of five emerging artists from Syria, Iran, Iraq, Ivory Coast and Somalia who are refugees.
British Royals visit refugee accommodation project on Crete
Elderly Somali refugee hopes to end her days with family she once thought lost
After decades of displacement, Fadumo finally has the chance to move to the UK with her husband and long-lost daughter.