Last fall, youth (high school students) from across Canada came together to discuss the issues facing refugees in Canada and globally.
As number refugees crossing into Kurdistan Region of Iraq from Syria reaches some 10,000, one new arrival tells of crowded route to border and her fears of coming winter.
A rapidly increasing number of women, children and men from the North of Central America are finding in Mexico the opportunity to be safe and rebuild their life. Has Canada a role to play?
Filippo Grandi commends Zambia for its generosity towards refugees and calls for additional humanitarian and development support during a two-day visit.
Seven decades later, like threads woven through the fabric of history, The Tailor Project’s legacy lives on in a brighter future for refugees
“Do the right thing” is much more to Jim Estill than his appliance company’s corporate tagline: it’s a personal motto that has guided the longtime Canadian entrepreneur and helped forever change the lives of dozens of refugee families in the process.
The ongoing emergency situation in Venezuela is one of the largest and most far-reaching of our time. The South American country has been gripped by political and economic turmoil for years.
UNHCR Canada representative Jean-Nicolas Beuze writes about the importance of cities in Canada and around the world supporting refugees.
In 2017, an outbreak of violence in Myanmar’s Rakhine State triggered a mass exodus of more than 700,000 Rohingya refugees
UNHCR Director of the Division of External Relations, Dominque Hyde met with Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh on her first mission in this new role.