Tributes flow after death of Tanzanian minister Augustine Mahiga, a former top UNHCR official
High Commissioner leads tributes to 'wonderful friend' who supported refugees in many demanding roles.
Sudan's internally displaced yearn for real peace to go home
About 1.6 million people are displaced, nearly two decades after Sudan's war in Darfur started. They long to return home and rebuild but need lasting peace.
Refugees across Arab world feel economic pain of coronavirus
As COVID-19 restrictions ravage livelihoods in the global economy, refugees and displaced people in Middle East and North Africa are among the hardest hit.
Malian refugees in Niger make face covers to prevent the coronavirus spread
In Niger, UNHCR-trained artisans and dressmakers stitch up to 40 washable and stylish mouth masks per day to protect wearers and those around them.
Death threats drive refugees to flee coronavirus lockdown
For many Central Americans who find themselves targeted by brutal street gangs, fleeing is the only option, even during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Conflicts push internal displacement to record high
IDMC study finds more people than ever displaced by violence inside their own countries, but a "wind of change" means there is a greater willingness to tackle the issue.
Refugee tailors switch to making face masks and protective gear
Around the world, displaced artisans are stepping up a gear to supply face masks and protective equipment in desperately short supply.
'Kangaroo care' helps refugee moms in eastern Cameroon save pre-term babies
Young mothers embrace simple, but effective way to save lives through joint UNHCR-Gates Foundation initiative.
Refugee students get lessons over radio during Kenya school shutdown
Teachers broadcast classes over community radio to keep refugee students learning.