Displaced Burkinabes find a home as their host finds his purpose
Lambda, a resident of Burkina Faso's Tougouri region, has become a symbol of hope for hundreds of displaced Burkinabes who have found shelter in his home.
News Comment by UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi on attack that hit Mai Aini refugee camp in Tigray
Darfur clashes displace thousands
For refugee with visual impairment, inclusion brings goals into focus
Magartu studies alongside students without disabilities for the first time since she fled from Ethiopia – and she is now among the top in her class.
Relief for asylum seekers offered a new life outside Libya
Survivors of violence among 93 vulnerable individuals on board first evacuation flight to Italy for two years as part of new emergency mechanism.
Refugees count their losses as floods destroy camp in Sudan
Months after opening, Alganaa refugee camp in Sudan's White Nile State has been submerged by flood waters, leaving 35,000 South Sudanese refugees in need of urgent assistance.
Social workers rally support for displaced people in northern Ethiopia
A network of over 100 Ethiopians displaced by the conflict in the north of the country is supporting others to recover from trauma and access basic services.
In Honduras, climate change is one more factor sparking displacement
With hurricanes and other extreme weather events becoming ever more powerful and frequent, increasing numbers of people in gang-wracked Honduras are having to flee their homes.
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.