Fleeing bandit attacks, Nigerian villagers seek safety in Niger
Around 77,000 Nigerians have sought refuge in Niger's Maradi region, some 7,660 since the start of the year as banditry and armed attacks spread.
Data reveals impact of COVID-19 on livelihoods and futures
Poor and vulnerable communities across the world, including the forcibly displaced, struggle with the pandemic's far-reaching consequences.
As a fragile peace takes hold, some South Sudanese displaced head home
UN refugee chief urges authorities to commit firmly to security, rule of law and good governance to support gains from the peace process.
Thousands of Central Africans seek refuge in Cameroon
A resurgence of violence in the Central African Republic has driven 5,000 Central Africans to seek safety across the border in Cameroon.
UNHCR's Grandi concludes visit to Lisbon, commends Portugal's longstanding commitment to refugee protection as the country takes over the EU Presidency
UNHCR calls for EU to ensure a new chapter for refugee protection
5 ways refugees helped battle COVID-19 in 2020
Amid the pandemic, refugees stepped up to provide healthcare, boost wellness, safeguard their communities and keep us inspired during lockdowns.
Mental health services help refugees transform their lives in Libya
With many refugees and asylum seekers in Libya in need of psychosocial support after years of conflict and insecurity, UNHCR and its partner are providing life-changing help.
'The Nansen Award was one of the most inspiring things in my life'
Nansen Award laureate Zannah Mustapha takes stock of how his life – and those of the children displaced by Boko Haram – has changed since he won the award in 2017.