Schoolteachers in Honduras face threats inside the classroom and out
Honduran teachers are being disproportionately affected by the country's gang violence.
Refugee family found safety and stability in Mexico. Next step: citizenship
UNHCR Mexico is ushering in a multi-year planning model aimed at ensuring the continuity of programmes that help refugees from the moment they apply for asylum to their full integration.
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.
Honduran man devotes life to rescuing young people from deadly gangs
After the murder of his younger brother, Santiago Ávila and his family had to seek safety in another region of Honduras. Santiago has since made it his mission to save other families from the same fate.
Unprecedented displacement in Central America and Mexico calls for urgent regional responsibility sharing
Expelled asylum seekers 'crying out for help' in northern Mexico
Removed from the United States, asylum-seekers fear for their safety in northern Mexico and deadly violence if they return to their Central American homelands.
Refugees find safety and a new life in Mexico
Since 2016, more than 10,000 refugees have started over in Mexico as entrepreneurs, managers and factory workers through a UNHCR programme.
'I'm not going to hide what I am anymore'
When a criminal gang targeted Ana and Paula's* teenage daughter and son, the family ran for their lives.