Refugees join voices in a song of hope and kindness
Mentored by Grammy winner Ricky Kej, 24 refugee musicians in India came together for 'Shine Your Light'.
Refugees and their host communities in India hard hit by coronavirus lockdown
Life was already a struggle for many of the 40,276 refugees registered with UNHCR in India, but the coronavirus pandemic has made their survival even more precarious.
UN High Commissioner for Refugees expresses alarm at statelessness risk in India's Assam
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
Over 168,000 Rohingya likely fled Myanmar since 2012 - UNHCR report
Study finds thousands of Rohingya fleeing violence and desperation have sought safety and stability in countries like Bangladesh and Malaysia in the last five years.
Catering start-up empowers Afghan refugee women in Delhi
Four Afghan refugees starting over in New Delhi have founded a successful food venture that offers both a taste of home and of financial independence.
Separated by the Sea
Hundreds, if not thousands, of refugee families in South-East Asia were separated by perilous sea journeys in 2015. Meet four of them.