Nicaraguan doctors, lawyers and professors are among professionals forced to flee their Central American homeland for doing their jobs.
A group of 98 vulnerable refugees have been today evacuated out of Libya to Italy, the third direct humanitarian evacuation to the country this year.
Gothier and Prince-Bonheur grew up together but conflict separated them. While Gothier was able to resume his studies, Prince remains in exile.
Untold numbers of Venezuelans traverse the pass as they trek hundreds of kilometres in search of safety in Colombia and beyond.
From working in catering as a teen to launching his own restaurant as an adult, Nabil Maati’s passion for the kitchen has never waned—even when forces beyond his control threatened to curtail the Syrian chef’s career.
While many Venezuelan refugees and migrants in Colombia have enrolled in school, without the right papers their futures are at risk
The number of Venezuelan refugees and migrants has now reached 4.3 million and is growing by the day.
An asylum-seeker allowed to disembark from the Open Arms rescue vessel on the Italian island of Lampedusa recalls the horror of her journey.
UNHCR is concerned about thousands who have fled brutal attacks in the Ituri province of the DRC, where humanitarian access remains extremely limited.
UNHCR Chief, Filippo Grandi, concluded a four-day visit to Brazil with an urgent appeal for increased international engagement in the communities hosting Venezuelans