UNHCR: Ukraine, other conflicts push forcibly displaced total over 100 million for first time
Figure must 'serve as a wake-up call' for more action to promote peace and address all causes of forced displacement, says UN High Commissioner for Refugees, Filippo Grandi
UNHCR shocked at Rohingya deaths in boat tragedy off Myanmar coast
My advice to other kids as a refugee from Ukraine? Appreciate what you have
Back in Odesa, teenager Daria used to fret about schoolwork and her relationships with family and friends. After fleeing conflict, she urges others her age not to worry about the small stuff.
Ukrainian refugees find warm welcome in neighbouring Moldova
While many move on, Olga and her children are among 100,000 Ukrainians staying in Moldova, where people and the authorities are offering support with help from UNHCR.
Dressing to impress gives lift to refugees in South Sudan
Amid ration cuts, more than one million items of clothing donated by retailers Gap Inc. and Hanes bring a welcome boost to refugees and hosts in South Sudan.
Deir-ez-Zor residents find help to rebuild lives from the city's ruins
After years of fighting destroyed much of eastern Syria's largest city and displaced hundreds of thousands of residents, UNHCR is helping families get back on their feet.
UNHCR raises alarm over Mozambique's "invisible" crisis as climate shocks worsen displacement
Message from the United Nations humanitarian, refugee, and development chiefs on the situation in Syria and the region
Statement by the Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator, Martin Griffiths, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, Filippo Grandi, and the Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Achim Steiner
Hopeful Central African refugees return home from DR Congo
After fleeing violence and spending years living in camps, UNHCR is easing the route home for thousands of refugees from CAR who are choosing to return to safer areas.