From child refugee in Mozambique to school principal in the United States
Resettlement gave Bertine Bahige a new chance in life. The former Congolese refugee would have never imagined he would one day call Wyoming home.
Funding shortfall leaves South Sudanese refugees at risk
Aid agencies call for urgent support to meet the needs of over 2.2 million South Sudanese refugees – including women overcoming trauma and children missing out on an education.
São Paulo helps refugees find their feet in Brazil
The largest city in the Americas not only welcomes refugees and migrants, but also helps them find work and regain their autonomy.
Erbil reaps rewards by allowing Syrian refugees to flourish
Northern Iraqi city's choice to embrace refugees and keep job markets open has benefited both Syrians and locals alike, local governor says.
Displaced Colombians open their doors to Venezuelan refugees and migrants
Years ago, the Colombian armed conflict left them with nothing. Today, displaced neighbours in Las Delicias are hosting more than 150 Venezuelans.
Vienna learns the benefit of giving warm welcome to refugees
Informed by decades of hosting refugees, Austria's capital has enlisted the help of locals and refugees alike in schemes to integrate new arrivals to the city.
Refugee talents on show in Kenya contest
Music, dance and comedy among skills showcased at popular Kakuma Got Talent competition.
As medical costs rise, Syrian refugees put health at risk
Steep rise in health costs for refugees in Jordan has led Syrians such as 24-year-old Walaa to skip essential check-ups, putting their lives in danger.
'Gender-based violence never got enough attention'
UNHCR has more than 11,500 staff, most based in the field. Meet ethics officer Keiko Odashiro, who protects refugees from sexual exploitation and abuse.