Fear haunts refugees in Sri Lanka in wake of attacks
UNHCR is working closely with authorities to find solutions for around 1,000 refugees forced to leave their homes after the April 21 bombings.
Faster help needed for displaced refugees in Sri Lanka following Easter attacks - UNHCR
UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi on Sri Lanka's attacks, and the rising death toll
UN refugee chief welcomes cities' support for refugees
At a key meeting in Geneva, Filippo Grandi welcomed the role of cities in leading the shift towards a more open and inclusive approach to refugees.
UNHCR appeals to Australia to act and save lives at immediate risk
UNHCR urges Australia to end separation of refugee families
'We must believe we can make a difference and we can do things better' - Andrew Harper
UNHCR has nearly 11,000 staff, most of whom are based in the field. Meet Andrew Harper, who leads innovative programmes helping refugees across the world.
Transcript: UNHCR's top Asia official briefs press on Australian offshore processing on Nauru, and UNHCR talks with Bangladesh and Myanmar
This is a transcript of the press briefing by Indrika Ratwatte, UNHCR Director of the Bureau for Asia and the Pacific – to whom quoted text may be attributed – at the Palais des Nations in Geneva on 04 April 2018.