A month after the Global Refugee Forum wrapped up, these are the pledges and commitments that will boost opportunities for refugees and their hosts.
First-ever Global Refugee Forum wraps up in Geneva with over 770 pledges to boost opportunities for refugees and their hosts.
‘Bold and concrete pledges needed’ to ensure more equitable support for refugees, UN Secretary-General tells first-ever Global Refugee Forum.
The second day of the Global Refugee Forum kicks off in Geneva, aiming to bolster the global response and foster inclusion.
Ikea, The Lego Foundation and Vodafone lead 30 private sector organizations at the Global Refugee Forum promising education and more to refugees.
As the first-ever Global Refugee Forum begins, UNHCR social media campaign calls for everyone to play a role in helping refugees with the help of celebrity supporters including Ben Stiller.
A three-day global gathering aimed at transforming the way the world responds to refugee situations starts today in Geneva, Switzerland.
Four years ago Maya Ghazal fled the fighting in Syria. Now a trainee pilot, she’s advocating for opportunities for refugees at the Global Refugee Forum.
Recognizing the power of sport, UNHCR has worked closely with the Olympic Refuge Foundation and the IOC on this initiative, ahead of the first-ever GRF.
Filippo Grandi commends Zambia for its generosity towards refugees and calls for additional humanitarian and development support during a two-day visit.