16-year-old Eritrean refugee, Nazret Kobodom, is a rising long-distance running star in Calgary, Alberta whose talent led her to compete in the European Youth Olympic Festival
UNHCR and IOM, the International Organization for Migration, are concerned that international travel could increase the exposure of refugees to the virus.
American reality TV series, HGTV’s “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition,” helps a community build a dream home so a family can build its future.
UNHCR Canada partnered with Youth Ottawa on a storytelling initiative supporting youth engagement. Three refugee youth shared their stories of resettling in Canada.
Last year, UNHCR, Jumpstart and TRIEC organized an event that took a closer look at mentorship and allowed participants to share their own stories.
Out of 1.4 million refugees estimated to be in urgent need of resettlement worldwide, only 63,696 were resettled through UNHCR last year.
After losing her husband, brother and her father to the conflict in Syria, Asmaa began a law degree in Jordan before getting a chance at a new life in the UK.
After years of abuse, Ugandan refugee finds safety in Finland, and now dreams of reuniting with her children who she thought she were dead.
To celebrate Canada History Week, UNHCR is bringing you four inspiring refugee stories of people who came to Canada before the year 1950.
Seven decades later, like threads woven through the fabric of history, The Tailor Project’s legacy lives on in a brighter future for refugees