A month after the Global Refugee Forum wrapped up, these are the pledges and commitments that will boost opportunities for refugees and their hosts.
UNHCR is deeply saddened by the deaths of two Eritrean asylum-seekers, who are reported to have been shot inside their accommodation in Libya.
Mustafa has fled to Iraq five times since the start of the Syria crisis, but having lost his home in the latest violence he fears for their future.
UNHCR has launched a set of recommendations for the 2020 Croatian and German Presidencies of the Council of the European Union regarding refugee protection.
With a bag of seeds and a lifetime of knowledge, Syrian refugee Salem has regrown his flowers in Lebanon to provide his family with a vital income.
Asylum-seekers flown from detention in Libya to safety in Rwanda, like Mohamed, call home to reassure relatives who feared the worst.
Having fled Venezuela, Panama Philharmonic Orchestra director Víctor Mata brings holiday cheer to refugees and asylum seekers at a Christmas concert.
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.