Crisis-hit families struggle as winter arrives in Lebanon
Devastating impact of economic crisis leaves Lebanese and Syrian families struggling to stay warm and stave off hunger as cold weather grips Lebanon.
UNHCR regrets loss of life in the Aegean Sea, with at least 31 dead and more missing
Scale up support to Iran to safeguard fleeing Afghans, says UNHCR's Grandi
Lone refugee children go from homelessness in Greece to new lives across Europe
Legislative changes in Greece and a relocation programme have helped hundreds of unaccompanied refugee children get off the streets.
Refugee women scale Atlas mountain to tackle gender violence
An all-female group including 13 refugees from six countries set out to climb Mount Toubkal – Morocco's highest peak – to highlight the struggle to end violence against women.
Meet the Syrian cartoonist behind UNHCR's first-ever NFT fundraiser
To mark the UN Refugee Agency's 70th anniversary, award-winning cartoonist Hani Abbas has created seven images that will be sold as digital assets to raise funds for Afghanistan.
UNHCR welcomes U.S. renewed effort to end policy that endangers asylum-seekers
This statement is attributable to Matthew Reynolds, UNHCR Representative for the United States and the Caribbean.
UNHCR's Grandi urges increase in the scope of humanitarian assistance in Syria, including to people returning from displacement
Iranian father and son re-enact their story for Hungarian theatre goers
Iranian refugee Abouzar and his son, Armin, chose to stay in Hungary despite being detained at the border for 18 months. A new theatre production offers some clues as to why.