UNHCR and IOM call for a truly common and principled approach to European migration and asylum policies
On the eve of the launch of the presentation of the European Commission’s new Pact on Migration and Asylum, UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, and IOM, the International Organization for Migration, are appealing to the European Union (EU) to ensure a truly joint and principled approach that addresses all aspects of migration and asylum governance.
A civil activist, who has tirelessly supported internally displaced persons (IDPs), especially children and families with disabilities affected by the conflict in eastern Ukraine since 2014, has been named the 2020 Regional winner of the UN Refugee Agency’s Nansen Refugee Award in Europe.
Tetiana Barantsova named regional winner for Europe for the UNHCR Nansen Refugee Award.
The humanitarian cargo will provide much needed help and assistance to the conflict affected population
UNHCR Report: Coronavirus a dire threat to refugee education – half of the world’s refugee children out of school
Immediate and bold action must be taken by the international community to beat back the catastrophic effects of COVID-19 on refugee education
We asked refugees and IDPs to tell us what football means to them. Using disposable cameras, they shared their stories.
A legendary United Nations diplomat and humanitarian – Sergio Vieira de Mello left the incredible story and legacy. One chapter was on Ukraine.
Three stories of #RealLifeHeroes of the UNHCR Ukraine who served in emergency and support missions abroad
South Sudan, Venezuela, Peru, Mexico, Niger, Nigeria, Guyana, Kenya, DRC are just a few of the countries facing a significant worsening of the humanitarian situation.
Yevhen Kaplin is one of #RealLifeHeroes – hundreds and thousands of people working tirelessly and putting their life at risk to serve others.