Fear haunts refugees in Sri Lanka in wake of attacks
UNHCR is working closely with authorities to find solutions for around 1,000 refugees forced to leave their homes after the April 21 bombings.
UN Secretary-General drops by on music workshop featuring refugees and cellist Yo-Yo Ma
Eighty people including 10 refugees take part in a music workshop in the Austrian capital with Ma, who has won 19 Grammy awards
Syrian entrepreneur brings a taste of Damascus to Egypt
Syrian refugee's story shows how the craft of sweet making learned in Damascus can translate into a thriving business in Cairo – one sticky treat at a time.
Rohingya refugee men join push to curb sexual violence
Volunteer outreach programme in Bangladesh refugee settlements recruits men to challenge gender violence, forced marriages.
UN High Commissioner for Refugees concludes visit to Myanmar
During five-day trip, Filippo Grandi pledges support for the displaced and help to build the confidence Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh need to return safely and voluntarily.
Documentation drive targets excluded Côte d'Ivoire villagers
A successful campaign encourages rural inhabitants at risk of statelessness to sign up to obtain documents allowing them to participate in national life.
Death threats and disease drive more Venezuelans to flee
UNHCR calls on states to allow refugees and migrants from Venezuela to access safety, as security and humanitarian situation worsens in their country.
Syrian runner overcomes obstacles to triumph in Lebanon
Former national obstacle course champion achieves major success in exile, beating the odds to show that 'being a refugee doesn't make us invisible.'
Registration gives many Rohingya refugees identification for the first time
More than 270,000 stateless refugees from Myanmar provided with identity cards in an ongoing registration drive.