UNHCR calls on states to allow Venezuelan refugees and migrants to access safety, as security and humanitarian situation worsens in their country.
More than 270,000 stateless Rohingya refugees from Myanmar provided with identity cards in an ongoing registration drive.
A new photo exhibit showcasing lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and intersex (LGBTQI) refugees in Canada is helping to cast a light on people often marginalized and compelled to live in the shadows.
UNHCR is providing life-saving aid to thousands of Libyans who have been forced to flee due to conflict in Tripoli
UNHCR staff witnessed destruction in the aftermath of Hurricane Kenneth. Areas of Pemba city were completely flooded, houses had collapsed and flash floods left mud and trash everywhere
Since the government suppressed street protests last April, thousands of Nicarauguans have sought safety in neighbouring Costa Rica.
A new reception centre in Maicao offers temporary housing for the most vulnerable Venezuelans who are exposed to serious risks.
In light of insecurity in Libya’s capital, UNHCR relocated more than 150 refugees from the Ain Zara detention centre to UNHCR’s Gathering and Departure Facility.
Despite Venezuela having officially closed its land borders with neighbouring Colombia and Brazil, thousands of people are still leaving the country daily.
UNHCR is calling for increased efforts to address the dangers and legacy of landmines in eastern Ukraine, one of the most landmine-contaminated areasin the world.