The Council of Europe and UNHCR support Member States in bringing refugee health workers into the COVID-19 response
Joint press release by the Council of Europe and UNHCR encourages States to benefit from the support refugee health professionals can provide to national health systems during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Second Chances: Elisha’s story of finding refuge in Denmark is one of seeking stability, contemplation, perseverance and aspiration for the future.
Joint press release from OHCHR, IOM, UNHCR and WHO
UNHCR is taking a series of measures in its field operations to help respond to the COVID-19 emergency.
The outbreak of COVID-19 affects the entire region. Find here global guidance as well as country-specific resources from authorities in the Northern European countries.
The High Commissioner for Refugees calls for solidarity and compassion now more than ever before.
Second Chances: Rahme’s story of finding refuge in Denmark is one of courage, determination, new beginnings and a mother’s love.
Due to the COVID-19 global health crisis and restrictions around international air travel, resettling refugees are currently subject to severe disruptions.
UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, launched its initial COVID-19 appeal on 10 March 2020 in Geneva.
The city of Reykjanesbær has offered a warm welcome to refugees.
Syrians are the largest refugee population in the world.
In the current situation of increased movements of refugees and asylum-seekers, UNHCR is appealing for calm and an easing of tensions on EU’s external borders.