UNHCR seeks US$255 million to respond to COVID-19 outbreak
Funding is part of wider UN appeal for US$2 billion to safeguard 'millions of people who are least able to protect themselves' from the new coronavirus.
One year on, people displaced by Cyclone Idai struggle to rebuild
Survivors in Mozambique are still trying to rebuild their lives. More assistance is needed to help them recover, and to support other countries affected by climate change.
The coronavirus outbreak is a test of our systems, values and humanity
Nicaraguan students forced to flee find safety, solidarity in Costa Rica
Students led anti-government protests and many have sought security abroad since a bloody crackdown began nearly two years ago.
Nine years of conflict weigh heavily on Syrian refugee girl
Her family's dire financial straits have led to 11-year-old Naamat taking on many of the household duties, but her resilient spirit has enabled her to excel at school.
Sudanese mother wins citizenship for her children after seven-year legal struggle
Her victory comes on the heels of recent positive court rulings and paves the way for her children to continue their education, find work and belong to their country.
Isabel Allende brings refugee story to life in new novel
The bestselling Chilean writer was once a refugee herself. Concern for the displaced is at the heart of her latest novel.
Sudanese provides safe haven to fellow refugees in Libya
Having arrived in Tripoli 17 years ago, Osman has provided shelter and support to more than 200 refugees as part of UNHCR scheme to assist the most vulnerable.
New shelter eases monsoon threat for young Rohingya family
After fleeing for their lives to the world's largest refugee settlement, young parents lived in fear of heavy rains and landslides before move to new home on stilts.