Three UN agencies are calling on European States to increase resources and support for their school systems to ensure refugee children can access and stay in quality education.
Refugee education in crisis: More than half of the world’s school-age refugee children do not get an education
Of the 7.1 million refugee children of school age, 3.7 million – more than half – do not go to school, UNHCR says in an education report released today.
Colombia has taken a major step in combatting statelessness by ensuring that children born in the country to Venezuelan parents can acquire Colombian nationality.
UNHCR is deeply shocked to see the heartbreaking photo of the drowned bodies of Oscar Alberto Martinez Ramirez and his 23-month-old daughter Valeria from El Salvador washed up on the banks of the Rio Grande.
Wondering how you can help newly arrived refugees in your community? From donating clothing to sharing your skills and time, there are numerous ways you can make a refugee family feel welcome in their new home.
Former Somali refugee Habso Mohamud grew up in a refugee camp in Kenya and has something to say to children around the world: “We are the agents of change.”
Joint UNHCR and EU scheme offers Syrian refugees and other children in Lebanon a safe space to learn and play on the fun bus.
Eritrean refugees Kedija, 15, and Yonas, 12, survived kidnapping, detention, and a failed sea crossing before finally rejoining their mother in Switzerland.
When John from South Sudan arrived he was scared and alone, now he realises the importance of friendships, and achieving peace through education.
The plan will provide assistance to more than nine million people, including Syrian refugees, and up to 3.9 million vulnerable members of host communities.