'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.
Pandemic threatens progress on refugee admissions through family, work, study permits
UNHCR's Grandi and Pope Francis share a vision of global response to displacement based on solidarity and care
UNHCR's Grandi commends Italy's constructive approach to refugee protection in Europe and globally
'They killed my husband. If I'd stayed, they would have killed me too'
Deadly gang violence is driving record numbers of women, children and even entire families to flee the North of Central America to seek refuge in Mexico.
Pandemic deepens hunger for displaced people the world over
With COVID-19 lockdowns depriving many of jobs and income, increasing numbers of refugees and asylum-seekers are going hungry.
Better access to water improves lives for refugees and their hosts in Zimbabwe camp
UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, and partners have improved water supply at Tongogara camp, in a project funded by the African Development Bank.
Aid agencies appeal for funding to support over 2 million South Sudanese refugees in dire need
Uganda shows how including refugees can lift up a whole society
On a visit to Bidibidi settlement, UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi described projects involving government, refugees, aid groups and locals as 'game changers'.