For many displaced people in Latin America, new lives start in the kitchen
In a new cookbook, refugees and displaced people in the Americas and the Caribbean share their stories and the flavours of home – past and present.
UNHCR welcomes Los Angeles Declaration on Migration and Protection in the Americas
UNHCR and IOM welcome Ecuador's move to regularize Venezuelan refugees and migrants
Gay activist strives to make her host country more inclusive for all refugees
During her journey to safety, Yeraldine, a lesbian from Venezuela, faced much of the same discrimination as she had back home. On IDAHOTB, she talks about her efforts to make Ecuador a more inclusive place.
Refugees samba in Rio's famed Carnival parade to celebrate Brazilian openness
As special guests of the Salgueiro samba school, refugees showed off their fancy footwork and strengthened bonds with the country that has welcomed them.
Indigenous Venezuelans help others navigate life far from home
Indigenous Warao people from Venezuela face particularly steep hurdles building new lives in Brazil. But some of their fellow Warao are lending a helping hand.
Mental health issues can be both the driver and result of displacement
While medicine shortages have forced some people with mental health issues to flee Venezuela, the stresses of journeys to safety throughout the Americas have pushed others into depression.
Refugees and migrants brave jungle wilderness in search of safety
The dense jungle of the Darien Gap is increasingly becoming a site of transit for Venezuelans, Haitians and other people forced to flee.