UNHCR dismayed by deportation of a third Cambodian refugee by Thai Authorities this month
'I felt like I was being reborn'
After growing up stateless, Yutthachai Jaju is now helping to end statelessness in northern Thailand's Chiang Rai province.
After decades in Thailand, Myanmar refugees head home
Around 300 refugees are returning to south-east Myanmar, among them a family of four generations.
UN High Commissioner for Refugees concludes visit to Myanmar
During five-day trip, Filippo Grandi pledges support for the displaced and help to build the confidence Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh need to return safely and voluntarily.
UNHCR welcomes move by Thailand to grant citizenship to boys and coach rescued from cave
Myanmar refugees return home from Thailand with UNHCR support
From camp to city, Myanmar returnees grapple with Yangon life
Six months after they repatriated from Thailand, a returnee family reflects on the life they left behind and embraces their future in Myanmar.
Q&A: The 1951 Refugee Convention 'is as relevant today as it was at the time'
While the world has changed in the 65 years since the Convention was drawn up, UNHCR's protection chief, Volker Türk, explains why it remains relevant today.
Overcoming statelessness in Thailand one case at a time
More than 23,000 stateless people have been granted Thai nationality in the last four years as the Southeast Asian nation seeks to end statelessness by 2024.