Syrian refugee Mohammad Alkhalaf is a perfectionist – and that quality has served him well in his training as an electrician with a German rail operator.
LGBTI refugees often face a long road to safety. But for a gay man and a transwoman from Venezuela, building new lives in their host countries is a rebirth.
Said is among 90 Yemeni recyclers, displaced by conflict, whose earnings have doubled after receiving new tricycles from UNHCR.
Abikar is currently pursuing his Master of Education degree at York — Canada’s third-largest university — without ever having set foot on campus.
Last year, UNHCR, Jumpstart and TRIEC organized an event that took a closer look at mentorship and allowed participants to share their own stories.
Forty years of conflict have trapped millions of Afghans in exile, but Nadia yearns to go home – when peace returns, and once she has the medical skills to care for her people.
Refugees face countless hurdles; but love is one of the things that hold them together. Here is a list of our favourite stories that have opened our hearts.
UNHCR welcomes Ethiopia’s ratification yesterday of the African Union Convention for the Protection and Assistance of Internally Displaced Persons in Africa, known as the Kampala Convention.
The need for greater solidarity with Afghan refugees and their hosts is to be discussed at two-day conference in Pakistan this month.
Two new Special Stay Permits announced by Colombia this week are expected to benefit Venezuelans who entered Colombia before 29 November 2019