Unprecedented displacement in Central America and Mexico calls for urgent regional responsibility sharing
'We've found peace, stability and quality of life'
Venezuelan refugee mothers start over in northern Mexico.
UNHCR concerned over U.S. expulsion flights under COVID-19 asylum restrictions
Expelled asylum seekers 'crying out for help' in northern Mexico
Removed from the United States, asylum-seekers fear for their safety in northern Mexico and deadly violence if they return to their Central American homelands.
Mexican journalist, sportscaster and writer Alberto Lati appointed UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador
Global Roundtable charts joint action for protection of forcibly displaced LGBTIQ+ people
Joint Press Release by UNHCR and UN Independent Expert on Protection Against Violence and Discrimination Based on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity
Joint press release: International community mobilizes to find solutions to the forced displacement that affects Central America and Mexico
Cooperating countries and the European Union, multilateral organizations, international agencies, development banks, the private sector and civil society made new commitments to humanitarian and development support, with contributions for US$110 million.
Refugees find safety and a new life in Mexico
Since 2016, more than 10,000 refugees have started over in Mexico as entrepreneurs, managers and factory workers through a UNHCR programme.