Twelve years on, Syrian refugees face deepening debt and hunger
As their displacement drags on and host countries struggle with multiple crises, Syrian refugees around the region are slipping further into poverty.
Coffee connects Ethiopian refugees to home
Freweyni Tadese is keeping Ethiopia's coffee traditions alive and earning a living through her coffee shop in Sudan's Tunaydbah refugee camp.
UNHCR appeals to UK to uphold its international legal obligations
New IFC and UNHCR initiative to boost private sector engagement for refugees and their host communities
UN Refugee Agency warns of extreme hardship for forcibly displaced families this winter
Former 'nature beginner' is now on the front lines of the fight against climate change
For Joshua, a refugee who fled gang violence, protecting the threatened tropical forests of his host country, Guatemala, has become both a calling and a moral imperative.
UNHCR protection chief urges fresh approaches to safeguard refugees
The global response to Ukrainian refugees has shown what political will can achieve in an emergency, Gillian Triggs tells high-level meeting.
Merkel says Nansen prize honours all those who welcome refugees
The former Federal Chancellor of Germany, who welcomed more than 1.2 million refugees in 2015 and 2016, accepted the prestigious award at a ceremony in Geneva on Monday.
UNHCR's Grandi: Political inaction deepening displacement crisis
Failure to find peace and address conflict, climate change and other crises is increasing hardship and driving new displacement, as funding limits UNHCR's capacity to respond.