Activist champions rights of people with disabilities in Ukraine
Tetiana Barantsova named regional winner for Europe for the UNHCR Nansen Refugee Award.
Landmines, improvised explosive devices pose deadly risks for displaced in Sahel and Lake Chad
'With this law, I will finally get a sense of how it is to exist'
A new statelessness determination procedure in Ukraine gives people without identity documents the right to work, study and access health care.
UNHCR welcomes new Ukrainian statelessness law set to end legal limbo for thousands
Millions in eastern Ukraine endure invisible wounds of war
After five years of conflict, aid agencies are striving to meet the mental health needs of those affected.
Legacy of 19th century Empress of Austria extends to today's refugees
Refugees in Ukraine will benefit from the will of Empress Elisabeth. The famous Austrian, nicknamed Sisi, left part of her fortune to good causes when she was assassinated in 1898.
Clearing landmines in Ukraine, one careful step at a time
Ukraine is one of the most mine-affected countries in the world, limiting freedom of movement and posing a serious threat to civilians crossing the contact line.
'I know what it is like. I tell them: Please don't give up'
UNHCR has more than 11,500 staff. Meet Oleksandra Lytvynenko, who uses her own experience of displacement to help those uprooted by conflict in Ukraine.