The latest stories from UNHCR.
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We take special care to bring you the latest refugee news and stories of the men, women and children we help each day.
Yana Liubymova uses her experience of displacement to support and advocate for other Ukrainians forced to flee.
Years after Tebogo Khoza was refused an ID document, a high court judgement has restored his rights and offered hope to millions of other undocumented South Africans.
Mussa and Jamila had big plans for their wedding day but conflict in Sudan shattered their dreams. They fled to Ethiopia where they are now rebuilding their lives.
Young refugees and Malawians are working closely together at Yetu radio station to produce programmes that challenge misconceptions.
As the conflict in Sudan escalates, Ethiopia continues to absorb refugees, with limited resources.
As a child, Noor Kabir risked his life for a dream. Inspired by the film “Rocky”, he became the world’s first Rohingya bodybuilding champion.
Islam Mubarak was uprooted from her life in Khartoum by the war in Sudan. Now she is stuck in a camp for displaced people in the east of the country.
All people who move between countries deserve full respect for their human rights and dignity. There are, however, different reasons and motivations for people to leave their homes and, consequently, different international legal obligations that arise and apply to those whose lives were, are, or may be at risk should they return.
Louange Koffi achieved her childhood dream of becoming a nurse in Ghana. She now advocates for quality health and education for the displaced.
All people who move between countries deserve full respect for their human rights and dignity.
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