Threadbare disability support faces uncertain future in Bangladesh refugee camps
The limited support available to Rohingya refugees with disabilities in the country's sprawling camps is at risk as humanitarian budgets face cuts.
UNHCR calls for support, solidarity amid rise in risky Andaman Sea crossings
Young Rohingya refugees are helping to turn world's largest camp green
Youth groups are championing efforts to regreen refugee camps in Bangladesh and to raise awareness about the impacts of the climate crisis.
UNHCR deplores continued deportation of Myanmar asylum-seekers from Malaysia
UNHCR issues urgent appeal to stop forced returns of Myanmar nationals
This news comment is attributable to Gillian Triggs, UNHCR's Assistant High Commissioner for Protection
Civil society group hailed for supporting displaced people in remote parts of Myanmar
For its work aiding and empowering communities uprooted by conflict or disaster, Meikswe Myanmar has been named the UNHCR Nansen Refugee Award regional winner for Asia and the Pacific.
Rohingya boy learns language of photography
Five years after a Pulitzer-Prize winning photo made him the face of the Rohingya refugee crisis, a young refugee has taken up a camera himself.
Stateless Rohingya continue to struggle for survival in Myanmar
Five years after 700,000 Rohingya fled to Bangladesh, and a decade after intercommunal violence rocked Rakhine State, those who remain live in a state of limbo.