'It's a wonderful job, but I'd love not to do it'
UNHCR has more than 17,300 staff, most of whom are based in the field. Meet Kristin Riis Halvorsen, who runs operations in southern Mexico.
Friends face dangers alone after fleeing Cabo Delgado attacks
Separated from their families and far from home after armed groups attacked their town, three young boys struggle to find food and shelter, and fear for their future.
Starting over is not easy but Burundian refugees are hopeful as they return home
Hope and expectation as Burundian refugees return home after years in exile in Rwanda.
Across Latin America, displaced people receive the COVID-19 jab
Latin America is among the regions hardest hit by the coronavirus. But now, in countries such as Guyana, Ecuador and Peru, refugees in priority groups are among those getting the vaccine.
Many stateless in UK face a tortuous road to recognition
UNHCR study shines light on a hidden national issue that, despite recent progress, still affects millions of people around the world.
In Jordan and Lebanon, refugee volunteers boost vaccine uptake
As World Immunization Week aims to boost trust in vaccines, refugee volunteers work to combat misinformation and encourage older refugees to get vaccinated.
Grandi praises Rwanda for offering life-saving haven for refugees
In Rwanda, UN High Commissioner for Refugees visits facility providing safe route out of Libya for refugees and asylum-seekers, including Somali couple who faced detention and abuse
Teen refugee teaches other young asylum-seekers about risks of abuse
A peer-taught programme in Serbia is helping vulnerable unaccompanied children protect themselves from violence and exploitation as they seek safety.
Safety and support for Central African refugees in the DRC
On a visit to the DRC, UN Refugee Chief Filippo Grandi, applauds inclusive efforts to support Central African refugees, while calling for greater international support.