We decide how to treat refugees - it's dehumanizing to deprive them of an education
For the launch of the UNHCR 2021 Education Report, US author and vlogger John Green says learning opportunities for refugee children are utterly inadequate and the world must acknowledge their right to an education.
'All over the province, people want to buy our rice'
A group of refugee women are growing rice on a large scale, becoming the largest rice producers in Angola's Lunda Norte province.
"I hope the focus on Afghanistan will continue. UNHCR is here for the long run."
UNHCR's Representative in Afghanistan, Caroline Van Buren, describes the current situation in the country and how our staff and partners are helping displaced people.
Refugee Para athletes relish chance to compete at global level
Six refugee athletes lead the parade at the Tokyo Paralympics Opening Ceremony, sending a powerful message to the 12 million forcibly displaced people living with disabilities.
Displaced Somalis and refugees struggle to recover as climate change brings new threats
Communities across Somalia are facing disaster upon disaster with little time or resources to recover in between.
UNHCR statement on the return of displaced Syrians
As the dire socio-economic impact of COVID-19 worsens conditions for displaced Syrians, both inside Syria and in hosting countries, UNHCR calls for support for the displaced and their choices.
Record numbers forced to flee ongoing violence in Burkina Faso
Local groups offer vital assistance to newly displaced in Myanmar
UNHCR is partnering with local communities and faith groups to help an estimated 200,000 people driven from their homes by fresh violence since February's military takeover.