Using innovative design methods, UNHCR and other stakeholders have explored how to ensure a child-friendly and predictable reception of children on the move.
A new data center aimed at increasing knowledge on the socio-economic dimensions of refugee situations and thereby improving policy and practice is on its way to Denmark.
This is the second interview in the series, “In the field with UNHCR”, providing insight into the daily lives of some of our Danish colleagues, working for the organization all over the world.
The Burundi refugee response tops the list of underfunded operations, leaving thousands in urgent need of protection and humanitarian aid.
Four years into its #IBelong Campaign to end statelessness, UNHCR calls for more resolute action by states
UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi calls on politicians, governments and legislators to take and support decisive action to eliminate statelessness globally by 2024.
Najmo was only 11 years old when she escaped a terrifying reality and a forced marriage in Somalia. Today she makes Social Media videos to empower girls around the world.
The UNHCR Northern Europe latest factsheets provide a statistical overview concerning asylum-seekers, refugees and stateless persons in the region.
Humanitarian crises have become more complex, longer-lasting, and affecting more people. Norway recently launched a new humanitarian strategy focusing on protection, the humanitarian-development nexus and commitment to providing effective, flexible and consistent funding.
UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, regrets today’s announcement that the Minister of Immigration and Integration has decided not to restart the Danish resettlement program.
This is the first interview in the series, “In the field with UNHCR”, providing insight into the daily lives of some of our Danish colleagues, working for the organization all over the world.
After cooking from home for two years, three refugees from Syria and Palestine now offer popular Middle Eastern pastries at their own restaurant in Estonia.
The recent contribution of USD 1.6 million (DKK 10 million) released from Denmark’s Emergency Reserve Fund will strengthen protection activities for Venezuelans refugees and migrants.