UNHCR calls on states to expedite family reunification procedures for Afghan refugees
Hungry and shivering, Kabul displaced brace for bleak winter
In Kabul, nearly 50,000 Afghans displaced from other parts of the country by recent fighting are desperate to receive aid before winter sets in.
Iranian father and son re-enact their story for Hungarian theatre goers
Iranian refugee Abouzar and his son, Armin, chose to stay in Hungary despite being detained at the border for 18 months. A new theatre production offers some clues as to why.
Afghan refugee doctor dares women and girls to dream
Doctor Saleema Rehman is the regional winner for Asia for UNHCR's annual Nansen Refugee Award for her dedication to promoting girls' education in her community and for her contribution to Pakistan's COVID-19 response.
COVID-19 tops list of UNHCR's most underfunded crises in 2021
New report shows UNHCR's pandemic response has received just a third of the funds needed for this year, threatening the health and wellbeing of forcibly displaced people globally.
UNHCR warns of dire consequences for refugees from COVID-19 underfunding
UN High Commissioner for Refugees completes three-day visit to Afghanistan
We decide how to treat refugees - it's dehumanizing to deprive them of an education
For the launch of the UNHCR 2021 Education Report, US author and vlogger John Green says learning opportunities for refugee children are utterly inadequate and the world must acknowledge their right to an education.
'After the airlift'. News Comment attributable to UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi
The evacuation from Kabul is coming to an end. A larger crisis is just beginning.