In its annual Global Trends report, UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, said 68.5 million people were displaced as of the end of 2017 — a record high.
Abdelsalam and his family escaped brutal fighting in Syria and have found safety in Lebanon — but the struggle for survival continues.
UNHCR Canada is calling for support of LGBTQ refugees while showing solidarity with individuals forced to flee because of their sexual orientation or gender identity.
A cab driver in his native Honduras, Armando* had to cross a patchwork of street gang territories each working day, fearing for his life.
During the holy month of Ramadan, a sacred time of generosity and charity for more than one billion Muslims worldwide, Ali expresses gratitude for his adopted home while thinking of those in dire need in Somalia.
The #WithRefugees World Tour is made up of dozens of public events to raise awareness and inspire more action on behalf of refugees and forcibly displaced people. Two of the public events will take place in Canada.
The OECD and UNHCR launch Action Plan for refugee employment which supports a new approach, whereby refugees would be included in the communities from the very start.
Rohingya widows who head refugee families in Bangladesh struggle with concerns about food, shelter and the welfare of the next generation.