Venezuelan refugee César has been deaf mute since birth. But a fast-food firm in Colombia looked beyond the challenges he faces.
UNHCR and IOM will launch a US$1.35 billion regional plan to respond to the increasing humanitarian needs of Venezuelan refugees and migrants.
Joint communique by co-chairs of the International Solidarity Conference on the Venezuelan Refugee and Migrant crisis, Brussels, 28-29 October 2019.
Two years ago, a Colombian housewife decided to turn her home into a makeshift shelter for refugees and migrants on a grueling trek to safety.
The EU, UNHCR and the IOM are organising a high-level International Solidarity Conference about Venezuela on 28 and 29 October in Brussels.
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.
Untold numbers of Venezuelans traverse the pass as they trek hundreds of kilometres in search of safety in Colombia and beyond.
While many Venezuelan refugees and migrants in Colombia have enrolled in school, without the right papers their futures are at risk
The number of Venezuelan refugees and migrants has now reached 4.3 million and is growing by the day.
UNHCR Chief, Filippo Grandi, concluded a four-day visit to Brazil with an urgent appeal for increased international engagement in the communities hosting Venezuelans