UNHCR urges more effective action against gender-based violence in the north of Central America
Bandit attacks drive Nigerian villagers to flee to Niger
Killings, kidnapping and looting have driven 11,500 Nigerians to seek safety in Niger's Tahoua region in November.
Prolonged COVID-19 pandemic deepens hardship for over 12 million forcibly displaced people with disabilities
News Comment: UNHCR: Afghans struggle to seek safety as borders remain shut to most
Refugee women take the lead in combating gender-based violence
Forcibly displaced women are often best placed to lead interventions on gender-based violence and other issues affecting their communities. All they need is support and resources
UNHCR dismayed by deportation of a third Cambodian refugee by Thai Authorities this month
Poet and activist Emi Mahmoud brings voices of refugees to COP26
Poet and UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador Emtithal (Emi) Mahmoud had conversations with refugees in several countries before composing the poem she will perform at the UN climate change meeting in Glasgow this week.
Rohingya refugees restore depleted forest in Bangladesh
Four years after swathes of forest in southern Bangladesh were cleared to make way for Rohingya refugees, projects to restore the ecosystem and "re-green" the camps are yielding results.