Tetiana Barantsova named regional winner for Europe for the UNHCR Nansen Refugee Award.
A new statelessness determination procedure in Ukraine gives people without identity documents the right to work, study and access health care.
39 years old refugee from the DRC, he produces furniture in Kyiv and has been able to live his dream in Ukraine: to play in a musical band. He is grateful for his Ukrainian friends who have helped him along the way. Here is his story.
The young refugee athlete dreams of pursuing a sports career in Ukraine!
Thanks to the generous funding by the government of Estonia, Vira Opanasiva and other vulnerable and elderly people in conflict affected areas in eastern Ukraine are able to receive support in times which are especially hard due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The International Mine Awareness Day draws the world’s attention to the terrible impact of armed conflict on the civilian population
A woman wounded by a grenade explosion heals and begins to support vulnerable populations as a social worker
Severe mine contamination caused by the armed conflict in the east of Ukraine continues to jeopardize lives of civilians
On 22nd May 2014, Daria was born and her parents, Roma and Iryna*, were delighted! However, four days after, when her parents and the new born Daria returned to their home located near the ‘contact line’ and Donetsk city, they found it severely damaged by an artillery...
It took Maksime 27 years to become a citizen of Ukraine. His talents and ambitions led him to find safety, a family, and a true calling.