Mixed emotions for family partially reunited after fleeing Tigray conflict
A bittersweet reunion for an Ethiopian mother and her daughter after months of separation
Mental health issues can be both the driver and result of displacement
While medicine shortages have forced some people with mental health issues to flee Venezuela, the stresses of journeys to safety throughout the Americas have pushed others into depression.
Refugees and migrants brave jungle wilderness in search of safety
The dense jungle of the Darien Gap is increasingly becoming a site of transit for Venezuelans, Haitians and other people forced to flee.
Number of displaced Nicaraguans in Costa Rica doubles in less than a year
Costa Rican and asylum-seeking women come together to save cacao plantation
An all-women's cacao collective has brought support to its septuagenarian founder and much-needed income to its members, including asylum seekers from Nicaragua.
Unaccompanied and separated children fleeing escalating conflict in Ukraine must be protected
Joint statement by UNICEF Executive Director Catherine Russell and United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi
A refugee and advocate reflects on being a Black woman in the US
After fleeing conflict in Liberia as a child, Lourena Gboeah describes during Black History Month how she now draws on her own experiences in her career as a leading refugee advocate.
Schoolteachers in Honduras face threats inside the classroom and out
Honduran teachers are being disproportionately affected by the country's gang violence.
Refugee family found safety and stability in Mexico. Next step: citizenship
UNHCR Mexico is ushering in a multi-year planning model aimed at ensuring the continuity of programmes that help refugees from the moment they apply for asylum to their full integration.