Violence and destruction in Syria continue to inflict suffering on millions of Syrian people, warned the UNHCR Special Envoy Angelina Jolie
After eight years of conflict, some Syrians are slowly returning to areas where they feel safe. For many, it is a harsh homecoming, and the start of a new set of challenges.
Ketty Nivyabandi longs for her country, but is determined to continue her fight for women in Burundi – a fight that caused her to lose her homeland.
Volunteers living in refugee camps in South Sudan’s Maban County have opened up their homes to care for women affected by sexual and gender-based violence.
A new sense of purpose is rekindled among displaced Congolese and locals, working together to empower themselves and address gender-based violence.
Joint UNHCR and EU scheme offers Syrian refugees and other children in Lebanon a safe space to learn and play on the fun bus.
The UN and its humanitarian partners launched an appeal which seeks US$4.2 billion to provide vital aid to Yemenis in desperate need this year.
The summer of 2017 saw 20,000 people cross into Canada via Roxham Road, the main entry point into Canada for asylum seekers crossing the border irregularly.
Drawing on her past, a young Manitoban, former refugee and now Rhodes scholar is changing future conversations about refugees in Canada