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After fighting in Tripoli twice drove Hanan and her children from their homes, they finally found refuge in an unfinished building before receiving financial help from UNHCR.
As the COVID-19 pandemic surges, data visualization shows how displaced people have to contend with extreme overcrowding and limited access to basics.
Solidarity born of the Black Lives Matter movement inspires former refugee to facilitate conversations about racism
As part of a series of stories featuring Black refugees who strive to overcome systemic racism in their communities and workplaces in Canada, UNHCR spoke to Louise Simbandumwe, a career community development practitioner and advocate for human rights and social justice.
The security situation continues to deteriorate rapidly in the Sahel, which encompasses Burkina Faso, Mali, Niger, Chad and Mauritania.
It is the single greatest health crisis in more than 100 years. There is no aspect of our daily lives that has not been impacted by COVID-19.
Virtual Halloween Activities for Children: UNHCR wants refugee children – and Canadian children – to enjoy the spirit of Halloween this year.
he cash assistance the Bassams receive each month from UNHCR leaves them with little to meet the additional expenses that winter brings.
At the High Commissioner’s Dialogue on Protection Challenges, participants say those who are forcibly displaced are eager and qualified to help rebuild communities devastated by COVID-19.
Jean-Nicolas Beuze assumed his new role this year as UNHCR’s Representative in Yemen, where more than 80% of the population depend on aid.
Coming home: After years in the field with the UN, I’m proud to continue my humanitarian work in Canada
UNHCR Canada representative Rema Jamous Imseis on coming home and continuing her humanitarian work in Canada.
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