States urged to build on progress made since Global Refugee Forum
Increased responsibility sharing by governments is key to maintaining momentum in finding new approaches to global displacement, UNHCR's Grandi tells officials.
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.
Congolese refugees torn between returning home or remaining in exile
While sporadic fighting continues in parts of eastern DR Congo, thousands who fled to Uganda have chosen to return. Others, uncertain about the future, have opted to stay.
Governments pledge over US$1 billion to support UN Refugee Agency's work for 2022
Forum seeks solutions for Africa's 36 million displaced
First-of-its-kind forum brings together business leaders, refugee change makers and the public sector in Rwanda to find solutions to forced displacement in Africa
Refugees count their losses as floods destroy camp in Sudan
Months after opening, Alganaa refugee camp in Sudan's White Nile State has been submerged by flood waters, leaving 35,000 South Sudanese refugees in need of urgent assistance.
UNHCR report charts progress against Global Compact on Refugees
Fighting in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo forces 11,000 to flee to Uganda
Open letter to G20 Heads of State and Government - UNHCR, IOM & WHO
An appeal to G20 leaders to make vaccines accessible to people on the move