Young Rohingya refugees strive to keep dreams of an education alive
Most Rohingya children have no access to education at all, but are prepared to overcome almost any obstacle for any opportunity to learn.
Friends give Syrian children a route off the streets and back into class
By offering basic literacy and numeracy courses, the Borderless Centre in Beirut is part of a nationwide drive to get refugee children out of work and into school.
Top of his class and hungry for more, a young South Sudanese refugee battles the odds
On the run from the civil war, a boy named Gift is determined to continue his education. But his ingenuity, brilliance and determination may not be enough to keep him in school.
Cash for shelter programme empowers refugees and their hosts in Kenya
Cash assistance in Kenya's Kalobeyei settlement allows refugees to build their own homes with materials bought from the local community.
Helping families to thrive at the world's largest refugee settlement
Two years after Rohingya refugees fled to Bangladesh, strides are being made in enhancing nutrition, shelter, sanitation, healthcare and registration, though challenges remain.
Hellish journey over for young woman rescued from the Mediterranean
An asylum-seeker allowed to disembark from the Open Arms rescue vessel on the Italian island of Lampedusa recalls the horror of her journey.
UNHCR chief pays tribute to 'frontline' aid workers
Marking World Humanitarian Day, Filippo Grandi honours staff carrying out "crucial work" to aid those in greatest need in "some in the world's most dangerous places."
Months on, humanitarian needs still high in DR Congo
UNHCR is concerned about thousands who have fled brutal attacks in DRC's Ituri province, where humanitarian access remains extremely limited.
Slam poet speaks for refugees at music festival in Hungary
UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador Emi Mahmoud, who is a world champion slam poet, performed at the huge Sziget music festival held on an island in the Danube River.