The challenge of helping child refugees in Libya overcome trauma
With refugee and migrant children in Libya in desperate need of psychological support, UNHCR is doing what it can to help despite a volatile situation.
Suicides on the rise among South Sudanese refugees in Uganda
Mental health initiatives offer space for refugees and people where they live to overcome pain and isolation – and prevent more deaths.
Abducted mum finally finds safety in Finland, but yearns to see children again
"I can't remember when life was last as good as this," says Nakout. After years of abuse, she now dreams of reuniting with children who thought she was dead.
Key takeaways from the Global Refugee Forum
A month after the historic meeting wrapped up, these are the pledges and commitments that will boost opportunities for refugees and their hosts.
Long way home for displaced Sudanese as fears of insecurity persist
UNHCR calls for increased funding and global support for Sudan's displaced, their hosts and those who want to return home.
For one man, fifth exile from north-east Syria drains all hope
Mustafa and his family have fled to Iraq five times since the start of the Syria crisis, but having lost his home and business in the latest violence he fears for their future.
London-based artist Kate Daudy's 'Am I My Brother's Keeper' began life as a UNHCR refugee tent. Now it has toured the UK, bringing its message of hope to people across the country.
Innovative programme helps lift Venezuelan refugees out of poverty
Training, mentorship in entrepreneurship and seed money help Venezuelans who lost everything start over in Ecuador.
Relocation flights give Venezuelans a new lease on life in Brazil
By flying thousands of Venezuelans out of a remote Amazonian state to cities with better job prospects, an 'interiorization' programme helps refugees get off to a fresh start.