News comment by UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi on Denmark's new law on the transfer of asylum-seekers to third countries
UNHCR, UNICEF and IOM urge European states to boost education for refugee and migrant children
Key challenges include lack of school spaces, teachers not adequately trained, language barriers and limited access to psychosocial support
Looking for lessons among past refugee crises
At a dialogue about sharing responsibility for refugees, stakeholders reflect on responses to earlier crises in Kosovo*, Guatemala and Viet Nam.
Vietnamese refugee turns flight into art in Canada
Living in a Thai refugee camp in 1980, Trung Pham found solace in the pages of his sketchbook. Today, in Canada, his work records that flight from danger.
Syrian mother reunites with children she feared had drowned
With her own life in danger, Manal made a decision no mother should have to make: she fled to safety in Denmark, leaving her children behind.
A family torn apart at sea
Rescuers plucked Yasin from the Malacca Strait, where he was clinging to planks for dear life. The young Rohingya refugee's sister and parents were not so lucky.
Mediterranean death toll soars as 204,000 cross in first 5 months of 2016
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.
Mediterranean crisis sees former Vietnamese boat person break long silence
Well known Danish chef tells of harrowing memories as five-year-old refugee.