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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.
Two new Special Stay Permits announced by Colombia this week are expected to benefit Venezuelans who entered Colombia before 29 November 2019
Children’s book engages young readers to reflect on the journey of refugees and the items they hold on to as a source of hope and inspiration.
As violence and displacement escalate, UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi visits a new housing project in Niger meant to foster relations between communities.
UNHCR announced today, Thursday, 30 January, that it is suspending its operational work at the Gathering and Departure Facility, fearing for the safety and protection of people at the facility, its staff and partners amid worsening conflict in Tripoli, Libya.
“War is consistent daily trauma:” Syrian-Canadian psychologist highlights the importance of mental health for refugee children
In her five years as a volunteer, clinician and child psychologist in conflict zones, Abrar knows the important of mental health in refugee children.
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.
Clashes in El Geneina, in Sudan’s West Darfur State, have forced more than 11,000 people to flee as refugees into neighbouring Chad since last month.
Peace by Chocolate’s Tareq Hadhad wore Canada’s national symbol for the latest step in his extraordinary journey from Syrian refugee to Canadian citizen.
UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi welcomed the appointment of Raouf Mazou as Assistant High Commissioner for Operations
The number of suicides and suicide attempts among South Sudanese refugees living in settlements in Uganda more than doubled in 2019
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